2021 Southeast Alaska Fishing Regulations

Sitka, Alaska is home of the most productive fishing grounds for salmon, halibut, and cod in all of Alaska. Guests typically catch a variety of these species on every fishing day. Below is the list of the 2021 sport fishing regulations for Sitka, Alaska. When's the best time to fish Sitka, Alaska?


King Salmon Fishing Regulations 2021

Daily Limit: 1 King Salmon per person (28 inches or longer)

Non-resident Annual Limit: 4

Peak Time: May, June, July

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Silver Salmon Regulations 2021

Daily Limit: 6 per person (no annual limit)

Peak Time: July, August, September

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Halibut Fishing Regulations SE Alaska 2021

(Guided)

Daily Limit: 1 Halibut per person

Annual Limit: None

Size: < 50 inches (~60 lbs) or > 72 inches (~200 lbs)

Peak Time: May - September

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Alaska Lingcod Fishing Regulations 2021

(Non-Residents)

Daily Limit: 1 Ling Cod per person

Annual Limit: 2 per person (one of which is 30-35 inches and other is > 55 inches)

Size: 30-35 inches or > 55 inches

Season: May 16 - Nov 30

Peak Time: May - September

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Black Cod (Sablefish) Fishing Regulations 2021

Daily Limit: 4 per person

Annual Limit (nonresidents): 8 per person

Peak Time: May - September

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Salmon Shark Fishing Regulations 2021

Daily Limit: 1 per person

Annual Limit: 2 per person

Peak Time: July - Sept

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Pelagic Rockfish Regulations 2021

Species: Black, Dusky, Yellowtail, Widow, Blue, & Dark Rockfish

Daily Limit: 3 per person

Annual Limit: None

Peak Time: May - September

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Slope Rockfish Regulations 2021

Species: Shortraker, Silvergray, Rougheye, Redbanded & Vermillion

Daily Limit: 1 per person

Annual Limit: None

Peak Time: May - September

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