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Lingcod Fishing | Craig Alaska Prince of Wales Island

LingCod also known as the "Wolf of the Sea" inhabit rocky reefs, pinnacles, and rock piles.   Ling's are known for their edacious eating habits.  They will eat almost anything; from octopus, black bass, halibut, salmon, and even other lingcod.  Lingcod have muscular jaws layered with razor sharp daggers and powerful striking capabilities.  Anglers fishing with SouthEast Alaska Fishing Adventures enjoy catching the big "pot bellies."  At SouthEast Alaska Lodge we target lingcod during June, July, and August.   Our average size is around 30-pounds, but the big girls may weigh up to 75-pounds.  Lingcod is a "white meat" fish, that is flaky, with a mild flavor.  It's packed with vitamins, minerals, protein, and omega-3 essential fatty acids. 

Lingcod is cooked and prepared in many ways.  A Southeast Alaska favorite is fish and chips.  However, many anglers enjoy baking, grilling, or steaming this high prized fillet.  

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Alaska Fishing Regulations 

In Alaska, a license is required to participate in sport fishing.   Licenses are available for residents, non-residents, members of the military, and residents who are Disabled Veterans or who are age 60 and over. We recommend you purchase your required license before arriving in Craig, Alaska.  Fishing licenses, as well as a king salmon stamp, can be purchased online.

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