Kodiak and Alaska Peninsula/Aleutian Islands Management Area
Fishing Information

Young Lady with big fishKodiak, the Alaska Peninsula and Aleutian islands offer excellent fishing for five species of Pacific salmon (king, sockeye, coho, chum, and pink) Dolly Varden, and steelhead and rainbow trout. Saltwater fishing for halibut, lingcod and various rockfish is also popular.

The cities of Kodiak and Dutch Harbor have daily flights from Anchorage as well as being ports of the Alaska Marine Highway System. Freshwater streams along both road systems offer easy access to great fishing. Numerous charter boat services provide an opportunity for saltwater fishing experiences. While Kodiak Road Zone is the most utilized, there are numerous lodges providing guided fishing for all those looking for a remote adventure.

Check out our Sport Fishing Publications webpage for various publications.

The following links lead to regulation summaries of Alaska sport and personal use fishing regulations published by the Division of Sport Fish as a service to anglers. They are not intended to be a complete digest of all fishing regulations.

Regulations may be changed by the Alaska Board of Fisheries during its regular meetings, by emergency regulation, or by emergency order at any time. Any changes to the regulations are made available through the emergency order link below.

Kodiak and Alaska Peninsula/Aleutian Islands Emergency Orders
Kodiak and Alaska Peninsula/Aleutian Islands Regulations