Your Guided Boat.


You will be fishing from a 28’ North River Almar powered by twin Yamahas. This boat sports an eleven foot fishing deck, fully enclosed heated cabin, and a flush toilet...so comfort isn't an issue. In addition, we provide fishing tackle to ensure the best possible advantage for a great catch. The boat is also equipped with a crab/shrimp puller for your enjoyment. For your safety the boat is equipped with sophisticated electronics including radar and a Simrad GPS plotter.


              

Your Selfguided Boat.


You will be fishing from a 20’ Hewecraft powered by a 115 Yamaha. This boat sports an eight foot fishing deck, fully enclosed cabin...so comfort isn't an issue. In addition, we provide fishing tackle to ensure the best possible advantage for a great catch. The boat is also equipped with a crab/shrimp puller for your enjoyment. For your safety the boat is equipped with sophisticated Garmin electronics including radar, ship to shore radio, and a GPS plotter.



The Fish--(also rock cod including Ling Cod, Pacific Cod, & others)


Halibut

Halibut are among the largest fish in the sea and the largest of all the flatfish. They can grow to more than 8 ft long and 700 lbs. Halibut weighing in at more than 100 pounds are often called "Whales", "Soakers", or even "Barn Doors", while smaller halibut, less than 20 pounds, are often called "Chickens". The largest Alaskan halibut ever caught while sport fishing was 459 lbs. in Unalaska Bay.

Halibut is prized for its delicate sweet flavor, snow-white color and firm flaky meat. It is an excellent source of high-quality protein and minerals, low in sodium, fat and calories and contains a minimum of bones.

Chinook (King Salmon)

The King salmon or Chinook salmon is Alaska's state fish and is the most important sport and commercial fish native to the Pacific coast of America. It is by far the largest of all Pacific salmon, with weights of a single fish commonly exceeding 45 pounds. A 126 pound King salmon taken in a fish trap off the coast of Petersburg, Alaska in 1949 is the largest on record. The largest sport fishing King or Chinook salmon was a 97-pound fish taken in the Kenai River in 1986 by Les Anderson.

In the ocean, the King salmon is a stout, deep-bodied fish with a bluish-green tint on the back which fades to a silvery color taking place on the sides and white on the belly.

Coho (Silver Salmon)

The Silver Salmon is a great sportfish because they bite and chase flies readily and are known as the most acrobatic of Pacific salmon when they are hooked. They can also be caught at a slow troll or at anchor.


They have silver sides, white belly and dark metallic blue/green colors on back. Average size of a silver is 8-15 pounds, but some have been caught around 20 pounds.

Pink Salmon (Humpy Salmon)

The male pink salmon, during spawning, boasts a distinctive hump on its back between the head and dorsal fin, hence the common name "humpy" or "humpback salmon". Pink salmon are the most abundant of all the Pacific salmon. They are commonly sought after by sportfishermen because of their availability.


Pink salmon average 18-24 inches in length and 3-5 pounds, making them the smallest of all 5 North American species of Pacific salmon.

Chum (Dog Salmon)

The chum salmon's spawning colors make it an interesting sight and many sportfishermen prefer them for their tendency to fight hard and because they will take a wide variety of lures and flies. On average, chum salmon reach a length of 24-31 inches and a weight of 6-12 pounds, with large fish from some stocks tipping the scales over 25 pounds.

Prawns (Shrimp)

Alaska's Spot Shrimp are proudly hailed for their sweet delicate flavor and firm texture. Their robust size makes them the largest shrimp in Alaska. They are certainly a shrimp lover's dream come true.


Specialized shrimp pots are placed, left to soak, and picked up later.

Dungeness Crab

Dungeness crab belong to the hardshell crab family. Its shell is light reddishbrown on back and sometimes has a purple splotch toward the front.


This crab species has a sweet, mild and slightly nutty taste with tender body meat and slightly firmer leg meat. Delicious and best of all they can be caught all year long.