Alaska Fishing Sites

Alaska Fishing Sites

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Alaska has 6,640 miles of coastline. That’s more than the rest of the United States put together. And when you include the thousands of islands that break off from the continent and dot the sea, Alaska’s estimated tidal shoreline is 47,300 miles. That’s a lot of places you can fish, and doesn’t even include rivers, lakes, and streams!

Alaska is an angler’s paradise. If you’re planning your first fishing trip up north, it’s hard to know where to start. Here are five places you can’t go wrong when it comes to fishing in Alaska, depending on what you’re looking for.

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Video References:
Getting Stamped | Halibut Fishing in Homer, Alaska -

TravelGuideBook | Alaska-Bristol Bay Treasure -

PBS Zest | Original Fare - Salmon Fishing on Kodiak Island | Original Fare in Alaska | PBS Food -

Norwegian Cruise Line | Ketchikan - Halibut Fishing -

Brads Igiugig Lodge | Fly Fishing Trophy Rainbow Trout on The Kvichak River, Alaska -