|alaskafishing5 (alaskafishing5) wrote,|
@ 2012-09-25 19:25:00
|Entry tags:||alaskan fishing vacation|
Alaska Fishing Trips
Have you been thinking it is time for a outing? If you have taken your daughter to Disney or out to Europe every year, you know in your heart that that now is the time to finally go to Alaska. The kids have seen the ocean and have seen all the exotic animals time and time again and you would like to give them the chance to experience something new. It is time to get away while you can and go Northward. You want to go where the bears roam freely and where the salmon are abundant. You have been considering taking the kids on one of those Alaskan fishing trips you have seen on TV for some time. It would be a good opportunity and aside from that, you love catching fish! You spend hours in the summer out by the pond trying to catch bluegill, and you would love to catch one that you can bring home for dinner. With this being said, you may be considering going on one of the said Alaskan fishing trips. These trips are wonderful experiences for old and young alike. So get to Alaska already. You should know where you are going to be staying, what kind of licenses you will need and how long you plan to go. These are all things you will want to have worked out before you go to Alaska and now is the time to give them some consideration.
Alaskan Fishing Adventure Vacations
Obviously first off you must plan out which town you want to go to. There are many wonderful fishing locations in each region of Alaska, so no matter where you choose to vacation, you will have great stuff to do. Next, you will need to know that if you are between 16 and 60, you need a fishing permit. You can get one once you arrive in Alaska, but the truth is that they take around six weeks to process the application, so it is highly beneficial for you to apply for one ahead of time. This can be done by downloading the application off the website for Alaska’s Department of Fish and Game and mailing it in. They have single day and multi day licenses. Keep in mind, however, if you plan to fish for king salmon, this requires a separate license, which must be obtained in Alaska at a sporting goods store. There are also limits and regulations on how many fish you can catch, so this is something to make note of. If your salmon is more than 20 inches long, you can only keep three fish per day. Tiny fish have different limits on them.
Where Will You Stay?
Where will you stay when you are in Alaska? Lodging is very important, because you need a place to rest your head at night. Many times when you are booking Alaska fishing trips, you will find that package deals are available. If you choose to book a package deal, you will save a great deal of money. You will not only have a place to stay while you are on your Alaska fishing trips, but you will more than likely also be provided with an expert guide who can teach you about fishing. You will also have your meals provided, as well as fish processing for any fish you may catch and want to take home with you. This includes the cleaning, vacuum packaging and boxing. You can also book a package trip.
You now know what kind of laws and regulations there are about catching fish and about the licensure process. With this being said, it is now time for you to book your Alaska fishing trip. Make sure that you do not hesitate, because booking in the off season can save you money and fishing trips fill up fast. Please be sure that you consider all of your options and remember that this trip is not supposed to stress you out. Fishing vacations to Alaska can be one of the most fun ways for you to teach your kids about life in the wilderness and to have a blast in nature!