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Oasis Alaska Charters
- Type: Charters & Guides Lodges
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
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Oasis Alaska Charters sails out of Ketchikan along the Inside Passage. They dock at the Clover Pass Resort and welcome Cruise Ship guests and visitors from all over the world.
Fishing with Oasis Alaska Charters
The crew here are professional and have many years of experience helping guests just like you to enjoy fishing adventures for big King Salmon and big Barn Door Halibut. You should expect top-notch service and a helpful crew. The boats are well-equipped, clean, and stocked with quality gear.
King Salmon: Best time to book is June and July. There are Kings available May and August, but the big ones show up from early June through the end of July.
Halibut: Best time to book for Halibut Fishing is June, July, and August. There are Halibut here all season - May through the end of August, but the hottest month is July and the season starts to Peak during the month of June. Halibut fishing tapers somewhat in August.
Silver Salmon: Peak time is July with August being a close second. There are Silver Salmon here May-August, but July is the best month by far.
Rock Fish: Best Month for Rock Fish is July with June and August being good months too. There are plenty of Rock Fish here May-August but the peak of the season is July.
It is hard not to have a good fishing day in Ketchikan, but if you want to have an outstanding fishing adventure book with the Oasis Alaska Charters
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