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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
- What we fish for: King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Pink Salmon, Halibut, Chum Salmon, Dolly Varden, Red Snapper, Sea Bass, Cod
The True Alaskan Charters is based out of Ketchikan and focus on saltwater fishing adventures where guests have access to big King Salmon, Giagancit Barn Door Halibut, and a ton of opportunity to fish for Silver Salmon, Bottom Fish, and even Whale Watch. Packages are available with lodging at Cape Fox Lodge located in Tongass National Forest
Fishing with True Alaskan Charters
Expect to find plenty of 20-30 pound Halibut with ample opportunity to battle the Barn Doors that weigh over 100 pounds. When you take a charter anywhere in the world they measure your success by how many bits you get or how many fish you hook. In Alaska, success is not measured by opportunity, but by fact. They measure your success here by how many pounds of fish you catch.
The Waters around Ketchikan offer fishermen an amazing adventure. Whether you fish for Halibut or Salmon, the fish are available and a good charter puts you right on top of them. That is the difference at True Alaskan Charters.
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