Alaska King Salmon Fishing • June 2024


They’re called kings for a reason. The biggest of the salmon species, king salmon, also known as the mighty Chinooks, are a favorite catch at Waterfall Resort. Enter our King of Kings Salmon Tournament and compete for cash prizes, Waterfall Resort fishing trips, top-brand gear, and a new Ford F-150 truck.

Wild Alaska king salmon fishing peaks in June when the kings are running. To add to your fishing adventure, check out our King Salmon Jackpot Challenge or bring the family over Father’s Day.

To book, contact us at 800-544-5125.

Southeast Alaska King Salmon Fishing Limits

The largest of Pacific salmon, kings or Chinooks average 14 to 17 pounds and about 36 inches long, and tend to appear in early to mid-June.
2023 Nonresident Season Limits:  One fish daily, 28 inches or longer. Annual possession limit is four king salmon. Any king caught January through June applies toward the three fish limit.
Best Months to catch Salmon: Although large king salmon can be caught throughout the summer months, the peak king salmon season is mid-June through the beginning of August. 

What’s Included?

  • Round-trip floatplane to Waterfall Resort from Ketchikan, Alaska
  • Lodging in historic Boardwalk Cabin or oceanfront Lodge Room
  • All meals of hearty Alaska-style fare, including wine with dinner
  • Full-service guided sport fishing on heated 26-foot cabin cruiser
  • Use of all fishing equipment, including rods, reels, all-weather gear
  • Professional fish trimming, vacuum-packing, and fish boxes
  • On-site Alaska Airlines service for departure day check-in
  • Ground crew assistance at Ketchikan International Airport
  • Daily housekeeping, Wi-Fi, and all other resort services
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