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Sitka Point Lodge & Fishing Charters

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Sitka Point Lodge
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $4,500 to $5,000 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $3,500 to $4,000 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $2,500 to $3,000 Per Person
  • Type: Lodges
  • Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing

Sitka Point Lodge and Fishing Charters sits on the shores of the pacific ocean five miles north of Sitka Alaska. This is a saltwater fishing lodge with the fishing focus being Pacific Halibut and Saltwater Salmon. A plus of fishing with Sitka Point Lodge is that they provide everything you need to fish including your license.

The lodge consists of a main house and a separate cabin. There are five double occupancy guest rooms in the main house that share 3-3/4 bathrooms. The cabin features two double occupancy guest rooms and a loft and has two full bathrooms. The design and furnishing modern, comfortable and tasteful. There is wireless internet in both the main house and the lodge.

Chef Darick is a master of seafood and comfort food. Expect to feast on fresh sushi, fresh salmon, Pacific halibut and more. The fare here is outstanding. The portion size is amazing. Chef Darick is willing to share his secrets.

Fishing for the Monsters of the Pacific

You hear a lot of talk about Barn Doors and King Salmon. Some of it is true and well most of it comes from fishermen. What you don't hear a lot about is the Lingcod. These blue flesh fish are aggressive fighters. They are predatory fish that prey on other fish. Their average size ranges from 10-30 pounds, and they reach upwards of 40-50 inches in length. Fish for them with jigs such as the diamond Jig or the Vike jig. You can also entice these brutes to strike sinking flies.The larger lingcod is a lurking fish; that is why the jig method works well.

The Massive Pacific Halibut or Barn Doors

If you are fishing for Halibut eat your oatmeal as these fish are huge. The small "chickens" weigh under 100 pounds. The "barn doors," thus named because that is exactly what they look like, weigh upwards of 1000 pounds. The record for a sports fishermen landing a Halibut in Alaska is 495 pounds. You will need to recover after that battle.

The salmon around Sitka also run large. Each season a few anglers with the Sitka Poit Lodge & Fishing Charters are lucky enough to bring home a 50 pound King Salmon. The great thing about both Kings and Halibut is even the smaller ones make wonderful meals.

The giant halibut favor the Golf of Alaska. Sitka is prime halibut territory. For those fishermen who want the best saltwater fishing experience, consider the professionals at Sitka Point Lodge & Fishing Charters. They have decades of experience fishing these waters and they know how to treat guests. The ratio is 4:1 fisherman per boat. If you are lucky they will have to use the harpoon to land your Halibut.

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5.0 Star Rating
Reviewed By on June 18, 2023
  • We went as a party of 4. They gave us our own boat and crew. We limited on salmon and rockfish all 3 days. Caught our annual limit for lingcod and 5 halibut. The Sitka team takes care of you from the...
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Screwed by the fish thieves
1.0 Star Rating
Reviewed By on August 8, 2021
  • RIPPED OFF AND TICKED OFF!! Caught 3 rock fish the 2nd day, Today I opened my rockfish, and there is only 1 fillet per bag. 3 bags? Now I really need the genius owner to explain how I only caught 1...
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Good Fishing, Good Guide, Great Food
5.0 Star Rating
Reviewed By on September 15, 2019
  • Fishing is always a gamble. If the bite is on everything is always better. For the record we had excellent fishing but the aside our three days here was a great experience. Ok. The boats and...
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