Fishing in the Regions of Alaska
Alaska has 5 regions, each with their own unique opportunities for fishing. Feel free to click on each region for information on fishing, tips and tricks, and other things you need to know about fishing in each area.
Go salmon fishing in the pristine waters of Alaska's Lynn Canal. Visit scenic and fish filled Chilkoot Lake. Finish off your day with a fresh cup of coffee with the locals at Mountain Market, where the roast their own beans fresh daily. Alaska at its best.
Skagway has become one of Alaska's most popular tourist destinations, this town, which is famous for the gold rush, still offers some great fishing, away from the crowds, for those who wish look for it.
Fishing in Juneau, Alaska's Capitol City, is a great way to spend a day or a week, Juneau has regular jet service, so wherever you are now, Juneau is just a short flight away.
Sitka is an island town. Surrounded by water you can be sure that your time in Sitka will be spent on what is arguably the most productive fishing grounds in all of Alaska.
The fishing town of Petersburg has been called Alaska's Little Norway. Petersburg Alaska is a wonderful spot to enjoy a Rustic Alaskan Vacation, with Surprising European Luxuries.
Ketchikan has been called the "Salmon Capitol of the World", as well as the "Gateway to Alaska", Ketchikan's gets up to 14 feet of rain each year so you can count on a number of natural streams, lakes, and rivers overflowing with fish.
Kenai Peninsula Area
Kenai Alaska is world famous for Giant King Salmon. Known as Alaska's playground, the Kenai offers real Alaskan Fishing experiences with the comfort of city amenities.
Wasilla, Palmer, Willow, Houston, Butte, Knik, Big Lake, Talkeetna, Hatcher Pass.
Prince William Sound
Whittier, Cordova, Valdez,
Fairbanks, Denali Area (Healy / Cantwell), Tok, Galena, Nenana, Delta Junction / Deltana, North Pole
Nome, Kotzebue, Point Hope, Barrow, Prudhoe Bay, Bering Sea, Unalaska