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2022 Southeast Alaska Fishing Regulations



Craig, Alaska on Prince of Wales Island is home to Alaska's best fishing for salmon, halibut, rock fish, and cod. Our guests usually catch a variety of these fish every day.

Below is the list of the 2022 sport fishing regulations for Craig, Alaska.


King Salmon

King Salmon Fishing Regulations 2022

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

Non-resident Annual Limit: 3

Peak Time: May, June, July, Early August

  • The nonresident bag and possession limit is one king salmon per person, 28 inches or greater in length.

  • The nonresident annual limit is three king salmon per person, 28 inches or greater in length.

  • Immediately upon landing and retaining a king salmon a nonresident must enter the species, date, and location on their sport fishing license or on a nontransferable harvest record.



Silver Salmon

Silver Salmon Regulations 2022

Daily Limit: 6 per person

Non-resident Annual Limit: no annual limit

Peak Time: July, August, & September

Size: Average size 6-10 pounds in June through late July, 8-12 pounds

August and September.



Halibut

Halibut Fishing Regulations SE Alaska 2022 (guided)


Daily Limit: 1 halibut per person per day either <40" or >80"

Annual Limit: None

Size: 10-450 pounds . Best fishing is off shore, as long as weather

permits, we’ll get them!

Peak Time: May, June, July, August, & September



Lingcod

Lingcod Fishing Regulations SE Alaska 2022

Daily Limit: 1 per day; 30"–45" or 55" and longer, annual limit of 2 fish,

one of which is 30"–45" in length, and one that is 55" or

greater in length, harvest record required

Annual Limit: 2 – one must be between 30"-45″ and the other must be over 55″.

Size: 30"-45" or 55" and longer

Peak Time: Mid May, June, July, August, & September



Pelagic Rockfish

Pelagic Rockfish Regulations 2022

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

Daily Limit: 5 per person

Annual Limit: 10 in possession

Size: 3-8 lbs

Peak Time: May, June, July, August, & September





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