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- Type: Charters & Guides
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
Never Monday Charters sits at the tip of a very narrow inlet along the Inside Passage and just North of Juneau. They offer a variety of charters that include wildlife viewing, whale watching, and quality fishing adventures for Salmon and Halibut. Your guide and host is Captain Ken who has been in these waters for more than 40 years and knows how to find the Big Fish.
Fishing with Never Monday Charters
You have to book with Never Monday Charters outside of the cruise company and this is because you receive better pricing.
The boat is fully equipped and comfortable. The heated cabin is perfect on chill mornings and you can rest in comfort until the fishing starts. There is a full bathroom on board.
The deck is 12.5 feet and offers plenty of room for anglers to fish without experiencing combat fishing. The wider boat also means that you have a smoother ride even when the water is choppy. There is seating for six on the flying bridge and you will likely get close and personal with the native wildlife from orcas to bigger whales.
The boat is equipped with quality fishing gear and rigging so you can fish in comfort and battle big fish.
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