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- Type: Charters & Guides Lodges
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
Big Blue Charters sails out of Sitka, Alaska and offers guests of the charter access to quality fishing for big Salmon and big Halibut. If you are game to target big, Monster Halibut, then this is the charter for you. Also available are big King Salmon and plenty of Silver Salmon too.
Fishing with Big Blue Charters
The Fish: There are big Barn Door Halibut here and plenty of Chickens. A Barn Door Halibut is a Halibut that is over 100 pounds while a Chicken is a Halibut that is under 100 pounds. Halibut get big, and around Sitka Big Halibut are available. If you want to target 100, 200, 300-pound Halibut, then this is the place and the charter to talk to.
The Salmon: All five species of Pacific Salmon are available in Sitka. You should expect big King Salmon, big Chum Salmon, Plenty of Sockeye Salmon, and wild Silvers that fight like the dickens. There are pinks here too, and they are prolific.
You also have access to big Rock Fish such as Ling Cod, Snapper, and Cod. Ling Cod and reach 5-feet in length and are all muscle and fight.
If your fishing adventure is to target big Trophy fish, then this is a good charter to choose. They are experienced, professionals, and offer great equipment. They make it easy to target and land big fish.
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