Information Resources

Alaska Fishing, Charter, and Tourism information

Alaska Department of Fish and GameSportfish Division, Commercial Fish Division

National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Association Weather buoy information – Cape Decision to Cape Edgecumbe and Cape Edgecumbe to Cape Fairweather.

International Pacific Halibut Commission – Dedicated to the preservation of Pacific halibut in waters off Canada and the United States of America.

North Pacific Fisheries Management Council – National Marine Fisheries Service information about Halibut Management.

Recreational Fishing Alliance – Grassroots political action organization with a mission to safeguard the rights of saltwater anglers and protect the future of U.S. saltwater fisheries.

Alaska Charter Association – The Alaska Charter Association represents businesses in the Halibut Charter Industry that have united to voice their opposition to the proposed Individual Fishing Quota (IFQ) for halibut charter businesses and the existing Guideline Harvest Level (GHL).

The Charter Log for Alaska – A quarterly newsletter for fishing guides and charter boat operators.

National Association of Charter Operators – NACO is a national association of charterboat owners and operators that was formed in 1991 and represents over 3,600 individuals all across the United States.

Coastal Conservation Association – Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) is a non-profit organization comprised of 17 coastal state chapters spanning the Gulf of Mexico, Atlantic and Pacific coasts.

Alaska Tourism Industry Association – The AlaskaTIA will be the leading industry organization promoting Alaska as a top visitor destination. Communicating and promoting the Alaskan tourism industry as one of the state’s major economic forces.  It will be the respected voice of the industry for the growth of the industry, while remaining attentive to care for the environment, recognition of cultures and Alaska’s unique quality of life.