Experience Legendary Fishing on Noyes Island
Welcome to Noyes Island, nestled in the heart of Southeast Alaska's Alexander Archipelago. This pristine paradise, situated just west of Prince of Wales Island, is a haven for all who seek the thrill of reeling in the majestic King Salmon. Beyond the shores of Noyes Island and around Cape Addington, a world of angling excitement awaits you, with bountiful King Salmon, vibrant Cohos, plentiful Black Bass, and the prized Lingcod.
King Salmon: Ruler of the Waters
Here, the King Salmon reigns supreme. As a tourist fisherman, you'll find yourself amidst the natural grandeur of Alaska's marine playground. The regulations, designed to ensure sustainable fishing, grant you the opportunity to catch one King Salmon measuring 28 inches or larger. During the months of May and June, this privilege extends to two King Salmon per day. Moreover, the annual limit for non-resident anglers is an impressive six King Salmon of the same size or greater.
Coho Salmon: The Season of Abundance
The allure of Coho salmon fishing peaks from July to mid-September in the Prince of Wales Island area-marine waters. As a tourist fisherman, you're entitled to a daily bounty of six Coho salmon. With no annual limit, you can embrace the thrill of the chase and the triumph of a rewarding catch. Revel in the exhilaration of reeling in these silver treasures against the stunning backdrop of Southeast Alaska's natural beauty.
Halibut: A Glimpse Below the Surface
Dive into the world of halibut fishing, an experience that spans from February 1 to December 31. Charter vessel anglers are invited to capture the essence of these ocean giants. Your daily adventure includes the opportunity to retain a halibut measuring less than or equal to 40 inches, or greater than or equal to 80 inches in total length. For more on this incredible pursuit, explore our dedicated Guided Angler Fish (GAF) tab which offers additional information and pricing for the opportunity for our guests to keep halibut of any size during their trip.