Alaska

Fishing

Alaska, the Last Frontier, offers opportunities in a great variety of fishing species. Alaska Fishing is unlike anywhere else-you'll throw back fish up here that would be trophies elsewhere. It's easy, affordable, and takes only a few hours. With 34,000 miles of coastline and countless pristine lakes and rivers, Alaska fishing is something you can fit in anywhere on your itinerary.

Fish Species In Alaska

Arctic Cisco
Arctic Cisco

Arctic cisco have a metallic silver body with a brown to dark green back; pale, almost colorless fins, and no spots. They have no teeth on their jaws,...

Chinook Salmon
Chinook Salmon

At sea, it is basically a silvery fish with spotting on the back, upper sides, top of the head, and all the fins, including all of the tail fin. Spawn...

Grayling
Grayling

For most sport fishers in America, the Arctic grayling is a rare freshwater game fish symbolic of the clear, cold streams of Alaska. The Arctic grayli...

Halibut
Halibut

Halibut is a common name principally applied to the two flatfish in the genus Hippoglossus from the family of right-eye flounders. Less commonly, and...

Lingcod
Lingcod

Neither a Ling or a Cod, Lingcod have large heads and mouths and sharp teeth and body narrows towards the tail.

Pacific Cod
Pacific Cod

It is a bottom-dwelling fish found in the northwestern Pacific Ocean, mainly on the continental shelf and upper slopes, to depths of about 900 m.

Rainbow Trout
Rainbow Trout

This is an extremely valuable species in any and all of its forms. It is the fly fisherman's delight as it takes a fly readily, leaps often, and fight...

Sockeye Salmon
Sockeye Salmon

Sockeye are plankton feeders. They can be caught on a small hook baited with salmon eggs, a piece of worm, a maggot, or a small, flashy metal troll.

Arctic Cisco
Arctic Cisco

Arctic cisco have a metallic silver body with a brown to dark green back; pale, almost colorless fins, and no spots. They have no teeth on their jaws,...

Chinook Salmon
Chinook Salmon

At sea, it is basically a silvery fish with spotting on the back, upper sides, top of the head, and all the fins, including all of the tail fin. Spawn...

Grayling
Grayling

For most sport fishers in America, the Arctic grayling is a rare freshwater game fish symbolic of the clear, cold streams of Alaska. The Arctic grayli...

Halibut
Halibut

Halibut is a common name principally applied to the two flatfish in the genus Hippoglossus from the family of right-eye flounders. Less commonly, and...

Lingcod
Lingcod

Neither a Ling or a Cod, Lingcod have large heads and mouths and sharp teeth and body narrows towards the tail.

Pacific Cod
Pacific Cod

It is a bottom-dwelling fish found in the northwestern Pacific Ocean, mainly on the continental shelf and upper slopes, to depths of about 900 m.

Rainbow Trout
Rainbow Trout

This is an extremely valuable species in any and all of its forms. It is the fly fisherman's delight as it takes a fly readily, leaps often, and fight...

Sockeye Salmon
Sockeye Salmon

Sockeye are plankton feeders. They can be caught on a small hook baited with salmon eggs, a piece of worm, a maggot, or a small, flashy metal troll.


Fishing Guides In Alaska