Petersburg Sport Fishing has added a new Self-Guided Boat to their fleet of fishing boats available for charter. The addition of this service allows fisher people to catch more fish as a self-guided than guided charter.
June 26, 2014 (Newswire) - Petersburg Sport Fishing has added a new Self-Guided Boat to their fleet of fishing boats available for charter. The addition of this service allows fisher people to catch more fish as a self-guided than guided charter.
Situated deep inside the Tongass National Rain Forest, guests can experience unmatched beauty, unparalleled sea life, crystal blue glaciers and exceptional fishing. Some of the fish that can be caught locally are salmon, halibut, cod, rainbow and cutthroat trout through Petersburg Sport Fishing's packages.
Petersburg itself is an interesting place for an adventure. Also known as "Little Norway," it is the biggest commercial fishing town in Southeastern Alaska, having three canneries in town and a population of 3,000. It is also home to the Time Bandit king crab fishing ship featured on the Discovery Channel's Deadliest Catch. So these are just a few of the interesting facts about the town.
Other adventures that await potential guests at Petersburg Sport Fishing's charters beyond the outstanding fishing as well as staying in comfortable, spacious lodges are nearby glacier tours, wildlife viewing, bear watching, kayaking, garnet mine tours − to name a few!
If one is looking for a break from traditional getaway vacations, contact D'Ann Hayes at 925-457-7211 to book at a special weekly summer price, whether for a regular charter or to book the new self-guided boat at a very special grand opening sale for until July 20, 2014. Just call and put down a deposit to hold the weeks of one's choice for 2015.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING:
"Thanks for the great trip yesterday. It was a lot of fun, and very productive! We're taking home a large amount of fish for one day's worth of fishing! As promised, I've attached several pictures of my King Salmon caught out of Blind River Slough. The fish was 33" caught on a 6 weight fly rod--that was an experience of a lifetime! Thanks again, I plan on coming back and will be contacting you!"
− Anthony Dorsey