November 2020

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Reviews of Fishing in Alaska

Fantastic Fly Fishing with Headshakers
Cyril A. fished with Head Shakers on August 10, 2020
Call Headshakers. They will put you on the fish
Full day with captain Cory
Renee H. fished with Alaskan Adventure Guides on July 18, 2020
I would recommend them get hooked up with Captain Cory so they can have the fishing experience they will love.
Full day trip with Captain Jason.
Mark A. fished with Moore Charters – Eclipse on July 25, 2019
Bring binoculars so you can see all the fish jumping at a distance because there are a lot of them, and bring your muscles because you're going to need them, they put up a pretty good fight.
Half day trip with Captain Mindy
Dennis R. fished with Alaskan Widespread Fishing - Power Boat on July 12, 2019
Buy your license at Fred Meyer...very easy. If you catch a king salmon you will not be able to fish for the rest of the trip, but you can enjoy the boat ride.
Half day river trip
John H. fished with Jason’s Guide Service on July 10, 2019
You have to go and experience the river fishing.
2 half day trips with Captain Scott Angler..
Tammy H. fished with Reel Alaska Fishing Charters on July 9, 2019
Work on strengthening your biceps..Cause these salmon give you a run for your money....
Great fishing trip fun!!
Annette R. fished with Anchor Down Sportfishing on July 8, 2019
Bring plenty of water and food and Dramamine or use Sea bands.
Halibut/Salmon 8 HR
Lisa L. fished with Alaskan Adventure Guides on July 3, 2019
Limited out on halibut, rockfish and salmon!!!
Full day fishing with Captain Alex
Yoshi S. fished with Alaska Slammin Salmon Charters on July 2, 2019
If you really want to catch fish. You need at least a few days. with 1 day ,do not complain about no fish result (target is King salmon.)
6 hr combo trip
Marjorie F. fished with Hi Time Charters on July 2, 2019
Do it and have fun... be flexible... we caught a 40 inch Halibut, had to release it as sport fishing guidelines the halibut has to be 38 inches or less. Salmon wasn't running, so went for Rockfish. Which were more plentiful and good for tacos. We did not have fish sent back, kept it and grilled some and froze the rest. Stayed at private residence in Juneau so could do that.