Discover why Sitka, Alaska is the ultimate destination for savoring delicious seafood, deep sea fishing and adventure. Located on the outer coast of Southeast Alaska, Sitka offers unique access to icy, pristine waters that teem with a variety of fish, from weighty halibut and monstrous lingcod, to acrobatic salmon unlike any other destination in the world. Cast Alaska provides top-notch equipment and guidance to reel in the big one whether you're a seasoned pro or first-time fisherman. Explore fishing the wild and rugged coastline of the Tongass National Forest, while watching for wildlife including whales, sea otters, and bald eagles.
HALIBUT POINT LODGE
After long days in the water, you deserve kicking up your feet and relaxing while Captain and crew process and vacuum-pack your daily catch. You can expect to come back to the hot tub running, an open bar and appetizer to stave over hunger while dinner is being expertly cooked by our in-house chef. Our lounge and dining area are relaxing enough for an evening in but van arrangements can also be made for guests interested in checking out the night life of Sitka.
Fishing in Sitka is unique because its location on the outer coast of Southeast Alaska provides the opportunity to specifically target multiple species in the same day. According to Alaska Fish and Game, Sitka also has the highest catch rates of king salmon (5x greater than Ketchikan and 7x greater than Juneau!). At Cast Alaska x Vonnie's Charters, there are three styles of fishing you can expect to learn: mooching for salmon, bottom-fishing for halibut, and jigging/mooching for rockfish and lingcod. We like to say that once you've fished in Sitka, you've been spoiled for life, because there are no other fishing grounds that can match Sitka's abundance and beauty. Whether you're a seasoned angler or a first-timer, join us at our charter fishing lodge in Sitka for an unforgettable fishing adventure!
“I have been fishing with Mike and crew for 5 consecutive years and can't imagine not coming back year after year now. It's definitely a highlight of my families year.”
Mark S., Oregon