Outbound Alaska Charters
A self admitted fish “aholic”, Herb was born and raised in
the town of Port Angeles on the west coast of Washington State. After
high school graduation in 1989, his summers during college were spent
on charter boats fishing for salmon in the straits of juan de fuca. In
1994, he ventured north for a summer job guiding out of Sitka and immediately
fell in love with Alaska. As a result he has spent his last nine summer
exploring the fishing waters in and around Sitka, Alaska.
A native of Sitka, Professor Jon
has a vast knowledge of Southeast Alaska and it's history. Jon has spent many years pursuing fish,
both freshwater and saltwater fish. Accomodating and with
a true passion for the sport Jon has the experience
and skills to make your trip a memorable one.
Our new addition to the rank of Captain, Riley is a seasoned
Outbound Alaska Charters veteran at just 21 years old, having
fished and deckhanded with us since the age of 14.
With a professional demenor and true love for anything fishing Riley has been
met with high reviews from all of our longtime guests.
Operating daily out of Sitka,
Outbound Alaska Charters currently utilizes three
charter vessels, which are 30 ft cabin
cruisers. They are comfortable inside and out, and have
a cruising speed of 25 knots (30 miles per hour).
vessels are very safe, and include heated cabins, and
a head (bathroom) for optimum comfort. These boats are
fully outfitted with navigational, and fishfinding electronics
as well as saftey equipment. They can comfortable fish
from 4-6 anglers.
Onboard we carry life jackets, and rain gear should your
charter day be a wet one.
Locatedon the waterfront in downtown Sitka.
The Longliner Lodge ammenities include 10 guest rooms, 4 suites, a private boat dock, restuarant and bar.
Longliner Lodge Room
Longliner Waterfront Restuarant
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