Ready to go Fishing?

Eliason Harbor, Sitka, AlaskaThinking about a fishing trip in Alaska is never too early, especially when there are so many considerations to do so. The length of the trip, lodging and meals, boat size, crew and experience, and many other things come into play when deciding where to go. Sitka has the highest unit of angler success per unit of effort for anywhere in SE Alaska! 40% of all the salmon and halibut sport caught in SE Alaska are landed out of this one port alone! Now that you are dialed into to Sitka as your Alaska fishing destination, the next question to ask yourself is what company I want to book my trip with? Alaska Premier Charters, Inc. and Wild Strawberry Lodge have been in business for over 23 years. With this length of fishing lodge experience over the years, we make sure your saltwater fishing vacation is hassle free while you enjoy fishing for King Salmon, Halibut, Lingcod, Rockfish and Silver Salmon in scenic Sitka, Alaska.

We provide all your transportation beginning from airport pickup, to visiting Sitka’s many natural beautiful areas. There are several historic areas, wildlife viewing centers, and shops to get souvenirs for the family back home. You don’t have to worry about driving anywhere, because we provide transportation anywhere you need to go to do shopping or sightseeing on the Sitka road system.

Great Food at the Wild Strawberry Lodge in Sitka, AKAll of your meals except your arrival night dinner are taken care of in-house. A full hot breakfast is prepared by our skilled breakfast cooks before you embark on your fishing adventure each morning. Boat lunches consist of deluxe deli combo sandwiches (ham, turkey, and roast beef) along with fruit, chips, drinks and lots of homemade cookies. Our wonderful staff makes fresh home baked cookies every day for your enjoyment. For dinner, our professional chef prepares a scrumptious appetizer, a gourmet meal, and top notch dessert for all guests. We also have a second breakfast serving for non-fishing guests and departing guests served later in the morning.

At Alaska Premier Charters, Inc. you can customize your fishing/lodging package as you want. Lodging quarters are based on double occupancy and have private bathrooms. We try to put you in a room that is most convenient and comfortable for you. Single occupancy can sometimes be arranged for a surcharge.

Loading Boats in Eliason Harbor in Sitka, AlaskaOur lodge is located right on Eliason Harbor, which is very convenient for all of us. After you’ve eaten your fill of delicious breakfast, all you have to do is don your raingear, and walk a short distance across the parking lot and down the ramp onto the loading dock. If you wish to be driven down, we have done that many times in the past as well. Don’t be afraid to ask if you need help, our friendly staff is always willing to help your stay be as easy as possible.

Fishing Assistance, Sitka, AKLoading up Our captains are all very experienced in the Sitka area, and are always happy to share their knowledge of the waters. Four of our boats are custom built with a real bathroom onboard each vessel. All boats have full walk around decks to enable you to stay with your fish throughout the exciting fight. All boats have a captain and a deckhand to aid with netting fish, assisting guests as they fight their fish as well as baiting hooks as they are needed. The captain and the deckhand are both there to help your fishing experience be fun, safe and exciting.

Fishing assistance Wild Strawberry Lodge provides the all-around most enjoyable fishing vacations in Sitka, Alaska. We are always striving to do better, and if you might have suggestions to help us improve, we are happy to listen to you as well. We have been in business for quite a while, so we must be doing something right!

~Martin, Head Marketer

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