The excitement of Alaska salmon season is underway as anglers from all over the world clamor in search of the Pacific Northwest’s five highly coveted native species. For many fishermen and women, Sitka, Alaska, has become synonymous with salmon. From the many Sitka fishing guides and sport anglers to the commercial fleets that move in and out of the local harbors, anyone fortunate enough to have experienced salmon fishing in Alaska will tell you of the exhilaration associated with landing one of these amazing sportfish.
As much as we love it, there is more to do than halibut fishing in Sitka, Alaska. One of the best components of staying at Alaska's Big Salmon Lodge is our proximity to one of Alaska's most recognized cities. As travelers, one of the metrics we use to gauge a locale is it's food offerings. We encourage you to take a day off from fishing and visit some of our favorite restaurants in Sitka.
The changing leaves and dropping temperatures are a real sign that summer in Alaska has come to an end. Unlike other parts of the world, Alaska's fishing in the fall is often successful. September is usually the last opportunity of the year to fish for Coho Salmon and halibut, but just the start of steelhead and trout fishing season. For anglers, catching a Coho Salmon during the autumn months is considered a trophy prize. Our professional Alaska’s Big Salmon Lodge staff will help you catch these salmon on our offered guided fishing trips. Or opt for a self-guided trip. Either [...]
Fishing at Alaska’s Big Salmon Lodge (Salmon) Couple of nice King Salmon caught from guest while staying at Alaska’s Big Salmon Lodge.