Sitka Alaska Fishing

State of the Art Boat

Designed for charters, the Sea Roamer is a custom, one of a kind, 36’ long, 14’ wide, walk-around aluminum catamaran and was created for ease, efficiency, and smooth traveling.

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Sitka Alaska Fishing

Customized Fishing

We customize our charters to fulfill your needs. Our promise to you is to be flexible to meet your freedom to choose the fishing experience of a lifetime at an affordable price.

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Sitka Alaska Fishing

Experienced Captain

Captain Mike has been a year around Sitka resident for 40 years and has been on the waters of Southeast Alaska for the last 25 years charter fishing, commercial fishing, and diving.

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Our Promise To You

As experienced and dedicated captains, we draw on our years of charter and commercial fishing experiences, our respect for the raw power of the ocean, as well as our knowledge and love of wild places. Such a breadth of knowledge and experience allows us to be flexible and tailor your fishing adventure to your unique needs and interests. It is our promise to strive to customize your trip rather than offer you a “canned and packaged” fishing “tour.”


Our charters are about you as an individual. Our single-vessel fleet means that you’ll always be on the custom-built Sea Roamer—considered the “finest of the fleet.” You charter with your local Sitka-based, experienced captain, Mike, and co-captains every year and will have their complete attention as you are their only charter group of the day during your reservation. We get to know your group and will suggest lodging, meals, and exploring options that meet your individual needs and budget. Last, but not least, our price is less when compared to other customized charter packages!


You charter with changing captains that vary in levels of experience on a production fleet boat. You are one of the herd—a number among all the charter boats going out that day. After fishing, you are brought back to the lodge where you sleep and eat, frequently miles from the center of Sitka and its culture. When booked as a lodge package, you pay more. It’s ultimately being part of the pack, both on water and in the lodge.