Half Day Salmon Fishing

Alaskan Salmon Fishing Charter Day Tour in Juneau, Alaska
Price: $239.00
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Summary
Shore Excursion Size ? Small
Shore Excursion Type Scenic, Water/Beach
Shore Excursion Duration 4 Hours
Activity Level ? Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? Cruise Ship Pier
Food/Beverage Provided Snacks and beverages are included.
Recommended Dress For all Alaska tours, we recommend layers of clothing, with the top layer being water-proof. Guests should wear comfortable walking shoes that may get wet.
Restrictions Guests must be able to step on and off the boat and navigate an inclined ramp to the floating dock. A fold up wheelchair can be stored on the transportation with advanced notice. Scooters cannot be accommodated. Smoking is not allowed on the tour boat and alcoholic beverages cannot be brought onboard. Anglers over the age of 15 will be required to have an Alaskan fishing license; these can be purchased on your fishing boat with cash (approximately $25 US per person). A King Salmon stamp is $15 US per person.

Half Day Salmon Fishing in Juneau

Get serious on this premium Juneau fishing charter with 4 full hours on the water. Your knowledgeable U.S. Coast Guard-licensed captain will divulge local knowledge about Alaskan Salmon, their migration patterns as well as the most effective way to catch them. Your captain is at your service! He will take you to the local hot spots to fish, allowing you to make the most of your once in a lifetime, salmon fishing adventure in Juneau. This Juneau tour is designed for the serious fishermen, but is suitable for friends or families of all ages, with groups of up to 6 people.

During this Juneau Salmon Fishing tour, troll specific areas for seasonal Alaskan Salmon fishing - target one species, or depending on the time of year, go for the grand slam and attempt to catch all 5 - King, Silver, Sockeye, Pink, and Chum!

Your captain can arrange for any fish you catch to be professionally processed locally (flash frozen, smoked, canned etc.) and shipped to your home for an additional charge. Cruise ships will not store your fish aboard.

All fishing tour boats range in size and have enclosed heated cabins, comfortable seating, plenty of viewing space, and a restroom.

Please Note: Please Note: Unfortunately, due to an extremely poor projected King salmon return, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game will be issuing a full season closure on King salmon during the beginning of the Alaskan tourism season. This means that it is illegal for a fisherman to retain any caught King salmon from April 1st - June 14th. Guests can still go fishing for salmon (and must purchase a King Salmon stamp), but if they catch a King salmon, they must release it back unharmed into the water. Anglers over the age of 15 will be required to have an Alaskan fishing license; these can be purchased on your fishing boat with cash (approximately $25 US per person). A King Salmon stamp is about $15 US per person.

4.5 Stars4.5 / 5  |  15 ReviewsReview This Tour
Salmon fishing
July 25, 2019
The crew of 2 of the ship were great guys! Chatty, knowledgeable and So much fun to fish with! they did their best to navigate the waters so our trip was successful! I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone and Would do it all over again in a Heartbeat!
Reviewer: Julie Wetter-Briel
5 Stars
Salmon fishing
July 06, 2019
The captain and her deck hand were very friendly and tried 3 different spots to catch salmon. unfortunately we only caught 2 rock fish. I would have rated to trip higher if we were able to catch salmon. The crew was great.
Reviewer: Robert Edgren
3 Stars
Great ride
September 18, 2018
Salmon fishing with my grand daughter turned out to be a great ride, with whales, sea lions and porpoises, but no salmon. The captain and mate made the trip memorable. Would be 5 star if the fish co-operated.
Reviewer: John E Hoey
4 Stars
First Time Salmon Fishing
August 06, 2018
My son is senior in high school and was awed by the fishing ability of this young crew. That goes for some of us older participants. They worked hard and were very knowledgeable about the area and shared good and interesting information. Their energy and talents rewarded us with some good size fish. Put this on your bucket list.
Reviewer: Roger Ritter
5 Stars
Such a Fun Day
September 14, 2017
If you are looking to get away from the crowds of the ship this is a great excursion. It was just my daughter and I along with one other family. There are no guarantees in fishing, but we were lucky and caught one. We were able to ship our fish home and enjoy fresh salmon on our own grill. The guides were great and we had an awesome day.
Reviewer: Scott McCarty
5 Stars
Coho Salmon Fishing in Alaska - Aug 28 2017
September 13, 2017
My wife and another gentleman from Colorado ventured out of Juneau with Captain Kevin and Deck Hand Matthew. I caught a nice 20 inch or so Coho minutes after we put reels in the water. Had a bit of a dry spell after that, so Captain moved to a new position over a school of silvers. Our new Colorado friend caught his Coho. Then my wife - who was skittish about fishing - caught her first ever salmon. She was giggly and ecstatic. We stayed out for a bit longer and lost a couple of fish but had an overall wonderful time. The weather was more cooperative than the fish.
Reviewer: Kevin
5 Stars