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- Type: Charters & Guides
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
- Featured On: Juneau - Fishing Charters, Guides & Resorts Alaska's Inside Passage - Fishing Lodges & Charters
49th Fathom Charters is located in the beautiful capital city of Juneau, Alaska. Whether you're visiting or you call Juneau home, our goal is create an exciting and memorable experience on the water for you and your family/friends. Featuring all female captains with a combined 36 years of experience, we bring a unique edge to the chartering community. From the gorgeous glaciers and moutains above, to the majestic whales and feisty fish that swim below, our personal charters are sure to fulfill everyones wish list. Departing out of Auke Bay Harbor, about 15 miles Northwest of downtown Juneau, allows us to get you out on the water quicker. Join us aboard the safe and comfortable 32 foot aluminum fishing vessel ALASKAN C SHEL, as we journey through the protected waters of Alaskas well known Inside Passage. This area provides some of the worlds greatest sportfishing and whale watching without the uncomfortable swells of the open ocean. This is it, our playground and place where I call home. I would love the opportunity to take you 49 Fathoms deeper, showing you why there is no other place in the world I would rather play.
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