Why Fish Craig, Alaska

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  • Due to its location, the waters around Craig, Alaska offer anglers perhaps the best combination of salmon, halibut and bottom fish anywhere along the West Coast.

  • With an abundance of baitfish, the waters near Craig are productive feeding grounds for king salmon migrating down the West Coast.

  • The boat ride from our dock to the fishing grounds is nothing short of breath taking.  The chance at seeing humpback and killer whales feeding and the shear magnificence of the geography will leave you wanting to come back for more.​​

  • The surrounding area is comprised of many islands that offer protection from the winds. So, if the weather picks up, there is always somewhere to fish.

  • We offer a hands-on approach and thoroughly enjoy teaching you the techniques involved in catching these prized fish.

  • Prince of Wales Island has numerous drainages with healthy native coho runs.  In addition to these stocks the hatchery on the Klawock River supports a very robust return as well.   

  • There are no cruise ships that visit our area giving, you that uncrowded feeling while out on the water.