Welcome to Ketchikan Area Sport Fishing Tour
Find your place. Find your fish.
The Ketchikan management area extends from Dixon Entrance to Ernest Sound, including the islands of Revillagigedo, Gravina, and Duke- as well as the waters of Clarence Strait, Behm Canal, part of the Cleveland Peninsula and the Misty Fjords National Monument.
The Ketchikan area offers year-round sport fishing opportunities with productive marine waters that support five species of salmon, halibut, lingcod, rockfish, Dungeness crab and shrimp. The freshwater streams and lakes throughout the area support wild trout populations including steelhead, rainbow, cutthroat and Dolly Varden. There are numerous remote fishing opportunities throughout the Ketchikan area, including seven trophy cutthroat trout lakes; the Ketchikan road system provides access to a variety of freshwater and saltwater shoreline sport fishing locations.
This interactive map is a guide to sport fishing opportunities in the Ketchikan area providing information on popular fishing locations, species run timing, fishing gear selection as well as boat and angler access.