Sitka fishing: 5 Tips for Your Sitka Fishing Trip

Sitka fishing: 5 Tips for Your Sitka Fishing Trip Sitka fishing can often be fantastic. Lucky anglers have the chance to catch many different species of fish when they book with Fish Baranof. The proximity to open water is a major blessing. It allows you to get to a range of species without the long boat rides that you are forced to endure from other Alaska ports. Anglers who are diligent in preparation, and follow some hard-earned advice are likely to catch more fish than those that show up unprepared. Tip One Sitka fishing ramps up [...]

Sitka fishing: 5 Tips for Your Sitka Fishing Trip2023-03-07T09:43:06-09:00

Best DIY fishing in Alaska

Best DIY fishing in Alaska The best DIY fishing in Alaska is right here in Sitka when using the boats in the Fish Baranof fleet. Our 19- and 21-foot Hewescraft hardtop boats allow you to access the fertile waters around the area. Guided anglers in southeast Alaska are limited on the size of the halibut that they can keep. One of the things that makes fishing in Sitka one of the best DIY fishing in Alaska opportunities is that self-guided halibut anglers can keep any size fish. In 2022 guided halibut anglers in Sitka could keep one [...]

Best DIY fishing in Alaska2023-03-07T09:43:45-09:00

Fishing Report: May 31-June 5

Alaska Fishing Report May 31 – June 5, 2021 This week’s Sitka, Alaska fishing report came from Austin Moser and Fish Alaska Editor George Krumm. The week was characterized by bad weather limiting most of the sportfishing fleet to inside waters on most days. Chinook angling was good for trollers in Salisbury Sound, especially on the flood tide. The Shark Hole, in particular, produced for anglers tolling Pro-Troll HotChip 11 Flashers and Silver Horde Coho Killer spoons in water from 55 to 80 feet deep, within 10 feet of the bottom. We know of one group of [...]

Fishing Report: May 31-June 52021-06-18T12:02:25-08:00
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