Ketchikan fishing charters want their clients to have a good time but understand there are rules they must follow
When you’re on vacation, the rules are probably the farthest thing from you mind. Although you may think there are no rules for fishing and hunting the expansive wilderness of Alaska, nothing could be farther from the truth.
No, while movies and folklore may lead you to believe you can do anything in Alaska, there are rules all anglers and fishing charters around Ketchikan must follow to ensure adequate numbers of salmon and other fish are maintained.
It’s understandable – we all get the boat fever every once in a while and want to get out on the water. If you’re interested in fishing or most any water related activity, you’ve probably taken a look at some really nice, new power boats.
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While center consoles, sport fishing boats and other types of vessels offer lots of space and the opportunity to reach more spots offshore, they do carry a lot of responsibility and literaelly cost a boat load of gold. Countless individuals have learned this the hard way over the years – they purchased a large, expensive boat just to sell it a few years later because it cost too much and they never took it out.
What started as a passion for getting on the water suddenly turned into a nightmare for their wallet, their schedule and even their life. Read More