At Anglers Adventures & Outfitters, your goals become our goals. We want you to make the most out of your trip. Often times, people choose to do an Alaskan fishing trip for a specific catch. If you are looking to take home some delicious Black Cod, we’ve got you covered here at Anglers Adventures & Outfitters.
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Anglers Adventures & Outfitters offers both full & half-day charters in Ketchikan, Alaska. On both the full-day and half-day charters, you will have a great chance of catching fish and also seeing some amazing wildlife. It is not uncommon for our clients to see whales and seals, and if our boat is close enough to land, it is also possible to spot a moose and maybe even a grizzly bear.
In Ketchikan, Alaska, venturing out into our waters can be an experience of a lifetime or simply just an experience. When you choose Anglers Adventures & Outfitters, you are choosing an unforgettable experience. All of our guided tours are all inclusive and are tailored to meet your groups needs. That’s right! We customize every tour to your wants and desires and do our best to achieve your goals for the trip. From whale watching in the Southeast Alaskan waters to catching that beautiful King Salmon, every experience at Anglers Adventures & Outfitters is a memorable one.
Looking for a way to experience Ketchikan, Alaska out on the water? At Anglers Adventures & Outfitters, we offer guided fishing trips for both the novice outdoor adventure seeker and the expert angler. If you are searching for guided fishing trips in Ketchikan, Alaska, consider our professionals here at Anglers Adventures & Outfitters.
Southeast Alaska is the pinnacle of a fisherman’s dream. It is home to an abundance of wildlife and a variety of angling opportunities out on the water. If you are visiting Alaska and looking for a fishing or whale watching charter experience of a lifetime, consider booking with Anglers Adventures & Outfitters.
The halibut is a prized fish in Alaska. Tens of millions of pounds of halibut are harvested in Alaska every year. They are plentiful, so there is little danger of over-fishing halibut. They are nutritious, providing a great source of protein and Omega-3 fatty acids. And, probably most appealing to novice and experienced fishing enthusiasts, even the small ones are, by the standards of the Lower 48 states, enormous. The smaller ones tend to be in the fifteen to twenty pound range, but you can also catch halibut that are five to ten times larger than that. The current Alaska state record for halibut is just under five hundred pounds!