Fishing in Alaska is the experience of a lifetime, but planning a fishing trip to the largest of the 50 states can be a little daunting.
Here are some tips that may help you plan your first fishing trip to Alaska and inspire future safe and memorable trips.
- Use the Sport Fisheries by Area maps to learn about fishing opportunities in your area of interest.
- Know the regulations for the area where you will be fishing. Ninilchik is located in the Southcentral Alaska region for regulatory purposes.
- Alaska fishing regulations can be changed at any time by Emergency Order. Keep informed and up to date using the Emergency Orders and News Releases page.
- Licenses and stamps
- Inseason fishing hotlines
- How to be an ethical angler(PDF 423 kB)
- Proper Release Methods
- Alaska Lake Database (ALDAT)
- Lake Fishing Info
- Workshops and clinics
- Sport Fishing Brochures
- Southeast Marine Harvest Rates
- Sport Fishing Survey(harvest estimates)
- Fish counts
- Trophy Fish Program