Although our 4-hour charters are available, most people enjoy staying for an entire full day. The day will begin with us picking you up at a designated area and taking you out to fish. Once the adventure at sea is over, we will drop you off with your catch.
Choose Your Fishing Charter
- Fishing Charter Boat shared with other individuals or group
- Private Charter Boat reserved for individual or group Maximum 4 adults and/or children per group.
Charter Special value! Lower priced, 4-hour, skiff charter option. Minimum 4 adults and/or children. Minimum $516/skiff.
|4-hours||6-hours||# of people|
|Fishing Charter||$155/person||$199/person||Max. 6 person|
|Private Charter||$650*||$850*||Max. 4 person|
|Skiff Charter||$129/person**||Not Available||Min. 4 person|
All rates do not include fishing licenses, king salmon stamps, gratuities, fish processing or sales tax. Custom fish processing and shipping of your fish is available by third party. Halibut fishing available with 6 hour charter only.
*Can accommodate an additional 2 people. Call for rates.
**A minimum of $516 charged per skiff.
Boat shared with other individuals or group. Max. 6 adults and/or children.
- 4 Hours $155/person
- 6 Hours $199/person
Reserved for individual or group. Max. 4 adults and/or children per group. Can accomodate additional 2 people (call for rates).
- 4 Hours $650
- 6 Hours $850
Skiff charter Special value!
Lower priced, 4-hour, skiff charter. Min. 4 adults and/or children. (Min. $516 per skiff)
- 4 Hours $129/person
- Cabin Boat
- Open Skiff
There are fresh Alaskan Salmon available throughout the season. There are primarily four different types of salmon that we charter for: King, Silver, Sockeye, and Pink. The most infamous salmon is the Alaskan King Salmon, and like most restaurants will charge you top dollar to cook someone else's fish, here at Ketchikan Salmon Charter you can catch your own salmon and have it on your plate!
This is the experience many travelers dream about when planning a trip to Alaska: fishing for the largest flatfish in the world: the Pacific Halibut. Catch your very own halibut and have it brought back to you to share with your friends.