Sitka Saltwater Fishing Charters and Excursions
Welcome, we are glad you found us! You must be looking for a saltwater fishing trip to Sitka and we are happy to share why North Pacific Saltwater is the fishing charter company to fish with next season. Not only is Captain Jon Martin an excellent fisherman, he possesses a plethora of local knowledge and interesting facts that he enjoys sharing. Inquisitive people will enjoy this trip all the more. In addition to great company, Captain Jon takes safety seriously and also pride of ownership that is shown in a clean, and comfortable fishing vessel and quality, technique-specific fishing gear.
Are you ready for some fun?!
At North Pacific Saltwater we give credence to these statutes as the basis of our business philosophy.
- Plan to have fun! When you come equipped with a good attitude and a desire to enjoy yourself no matter what life throws your way, you are our kind of people and we are sure to have a great time.
- We are mooching maniacs! In what can only be described as “Mooch Madness” we will employ a mooching technique for salmon. Our clients love this hands-on style of fishing where anglers take a more active roll in catching.
- We are family oriented. We have a close family and we take pride in making sure your friends and family create great memories with us.
Sitka, Alaska Fishing is Simply Amazing
Sitka, Alaska fishing can best be described with just one word: Amazing.
The reason is simple: Location.
Sitka is at “ground zero,” the epicenter of West Coast salmon, halibut and bottomfishing. Fishing here is astonishingly productive and North Pacific Saltwater is ready to serve up a great time and outstanding fishing.
Robust saltwater kings, hefty halibut fillets, succulent bottomfish and more will fill your fish box when return home after a trip that leaves you feeling renewed and inspired, as the Alaska outdoors tends to provide. The Sitka landscape is one of the most stunning around with deep blue water as the front yard to this pretty seaside town and snow-capped mountains as the backdrop. Sitka has that local Alaska feel, rich in both history and friendly locals.
Sitka Fishing Blog
Sitka charter fishing
Sitka charter fishing trips are multi-species events filled with action, adventure and opportunities to bring home hero-photos and plenty of delicious, healthy, high-quality fish fillets. Sitka, Alaska, located on the outer edge of Baranof Island, is well-positioned for easy and fast access to the open waters of the North Pacific. The fertile saltwater fishing grounds are filled with resident bottomfish species and the centralized location in Southeast Alaska puts Sitka in position for anglers to target passing salmon stocks on their migration to natal waters. Sitka charter trips based with North Pacific Saltwater are excellent opportunities to not only catch many species of fish but to also learn about the area, wildlife, geographic highlights [Read More]
Charter fishing Sitka Alaska
Charter fishing Sitka, Alaska, is a wonderful opportunity to catch salmon and a wide array of bottomfish. And at North Pacific Saltwater, we know how to put you on the fish no matter the time of year. There’s no time like the present to book with us so you can get to Sitka and enjoy the bounty of fish both on the line and then throughout the year on your table. Starting in May, anglers who book a charter with us can target king salmon. Sitka is situated in a prime location where king salmon bound for natal streams throughout Alaska pass by our location. Additionally there are feeder kings present year-round in the [Read More]
Mooching for Salmon
Mooching for salmon, both Chinook and coho salmon, is among the most fun an angler can have on the ocean in Alaska. Coho bag limits in Sitka are liberal, currently six fish per day, so anglers get lots of opportunities to fight coho when they come fish with us. After years of experience, we’ve decided that mooching is our favorite technique, and for good reason! Anglers get to drop their baits to targeted depths, reel them up, feel the bite, set the hook, and fight each fish with a minimum of interference from tackle. It’s a blast! Mooching for salmon starts with a quality rod, reel and mainline. We use G Loomis SAMR 1084 salmon-mooching [Read More]