Prince of Wales Island Fishing Charters
Noyes Island is located in the Alexander Archipelago of Southeast Alaska. It is located west of Prince of Wales Island. Outside Noyes Island and Cape Addington are known to hold large King Salmon, abundant Cohos, tons of Black Bass and Lingcod for your fishing pleasure.
The King salmon regulations are as follows:
The nonresident bag and possession limit is one king salmon 28 inches or greater in length, except during May and June the bag and possession limit is two king salmon, 28 inches or greater in length.
The nonresident annual limit is six king salmon 28 inches or greater in length.
Nonresident anglers shall immediately record, in ink, all king salmon harvested either on the back of their sportfishing license or on a nontransferable harvest record.
Coho salmon fishing in the Prince of Wales Island area-marine waters- peaks from the beginning to July through mid- September.
The non-resident limits are as follows:
Six Coho daily- no annual limit- six in possession
Season: February 1- December 31
Charter vessel anglers may catch and retain one halibut per day, which must be less than or equal to 43 inches or greater than or equal to 80 inches in total length.
Season: May 16 – November 30
Nonresident – one daily, one in possession, size limit: 30 inches or greater in length and less than 35 inches in length, or 55 inches or greater in length. Annual limit of 2 fish, one of which is 30 to 35 inches in length, one of which is 55 inches or greater in length, nonresident anglers shall immediately record, in ink, all lingcod harvested either on the back of their sport fishing license or on a nontransferable harvest record.
Season: All summer
The daily bag limit for pelagic rockfish in the Prince of Wales Island vicinity is 3 fish per day and 3 in possession.
Season: All summer
4 per day- 4 in possession- no annual limit.