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Sitka Alaska Fishing Charters & Lodge

The easiest and best way to fish the deep and plentiful waters of Sitka, Alaska!

The beginning of your deep water Sitka fishing adventure starts from the time you arrive at the Sitka airport until you check in your boxes of frozen fish for your return flight home. We at Sitka Point Lodge and Fishing Charters will make your vacation to Sitka a memorable one. Our Sitka fishing lodge is nestled on the shores of the Pacific Ocean just five miles north of historic downtown Sitka, Alaska. The lodge features five double-occupancy rooms and a newly built cabin that has two double occupancy rooms with loft and all our accommodations come fully equipped with spacious bathrooms for your comfort.

Whether out on the Northern Pacific on one of our fishing boats–or just relaxing in the hot tub watching a late Alaskan sunset after a day on the water–you and your companions will experience the best our Lodge Staff and the Town of Sitka have to offer. We strive to provide the finest service and accommodations on your next fishing trip to Sitka, Alaska. Give us a call today, to book your next Alaska fishing lodge experience.

At Sitka Point Lodge and Fishing Charters, we provide all inclusive Sitka fishing vacation packages which include all meals prepared by our gourmet chef, all transportation, and excellent accommodations. World-class Alaska Salmon and Alaska Halibut fishing with all required licenses, stamps, fishing tackle, and wet weather gear are included in the price.

We even clean, vacuum pack, flash-freeze and box your catch for you to take back home.

That’s our commitment to you!

All you have to do is show up and enjoy your Sitka, fishing experience!

See what we offer:

Sitka Fishing: Hottest Saltwater King Fishery In Alaska
By Terry W. Sheely
The fish buzz in Sitka is all about the Californian and his 74-pound, 6-ounce white king. A monster, even in Southeast, where a king that size still gets a four-column photo in The Daily Sentinel, a foot of fish story, and a lot of conversation aboard the charter boats in the harbor.
Download the complete Reel News article (789K PDF).