Our blog, like our business, stems from a deep love of sport fishing. We’ll inform our readers about the fishing, the techniques, and the fisheries resources that are unique to Alaska. The focus begins with what we do at Angling Unlimited – high quality, light tackle, hands-on, saltwater sportfishing in Alaska. The view extends to locations and species all over North America.
The International Pacific Halibut Commission has approved the best regulations we’ve seen in more than a decade for 2021! If you’ve got a yen to enjoy the best saltwater fishing in the North Pacific, get in touch today!Details
Fishing Report KingsThe kings took a short hiatus in the latter part of July and were replaced by large numbers of silvers. That translated to limits of silvers on a lot of days with a scattering of random kings mixed during the last week of July and first week of August. On August 9, we…Details
Best King Fishing in Years From when we got started on June 8 until the end of June, the kings came in numbers we haven’t seen for many years. Big schools, multiple hookups, early limits – all were common throughout much of the month. The second week of June delivered three kings over 30 pounds…Details
Our season began on Sunday the 7th of June with 4 boats out. Kings, halibut, rockfish, and a few lingcod made it into the catches. The weather was slightly unsettled – gray, a bit of drizzle and a little bit of lump on the ocean. The bite was spotty but most of the anglers managed…Details
Good News – It Begins The State of Alaska has provided options to the 14-day quarantine. AU’s 2020 season gets rolling on Sunday. The Options: Arrive with a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken within the last 72 hours and present results upon arrival. Participate in a COVID-19 PCR test when you arrive in Alaska,…Details
There’s a lot of “we don’t know” going around whether you’re talking to your money manager, your employer, your elected officials, or the management of AU. Here’s a bit of what we do know: Update from the State of Alaska: Extended Until May 19: Mandate 10: All people arriving in Alaska, whether resident, worker or visitor, are required…Details