Pro Fish and Sea
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What To Bring

We recommend you dress warmly and in layers so, based on weather conditions, you can add or remove layers as necessary. This should be topped off with a wind/waterproof outer shell. Our boats all have heated cabins but while we are fishing you will be standing outside. We can’t always predict the weather in Alaska but one thing is for sure - you'll be in it!

we recommend you bring the following

There is a lot that you don't have to bring! This is what we provide for you:

  • Lunch and Drinks (no hard alcohol)
  • Camera/video camera
  • Raingear
  • Waterproof, non-skid footwear
  • Hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Motion sickness medication for those prone to sea sickness – Please consult your physician.
  • Valid Alaska Fishing License - (also available for purchase at our office)
  • Cooler and/or bags to put your fish in after it is filleted or vacuum sealed by Captain Jack's. (If possible leave large coolers in your car to allow more fishing space on the boat.)

We Provide

There is a lot that you don't have to bring! This is what we provide for you:

  • Tournament grade rods & reels
  • All bait and terminal tackle
  • All Saftey gear
  • USCG Licensed Captain
  • Clean and Safe vessel
  • Friendly expert instruction
  • Free Fish filleting

No Bananas!

They’re Bad Luck - Seriously!

Back in the days of the sailing ships, sailors ate fruit to prevent the onset of scurvy. Bananas would ripen and spoil faster than most other fruits. When the bananas would rot the bug larvae in the skin would hatch and infest not just the other fruit but the entire ship itself. For this reason, the banana was deemed unfit for sailing ships. Any mention of bananas was seen as a bad omen and would spell misfortune for the voyage. We still believe today!

Latest Fishing Reports

June 27 – Pursuit

Great to see Royce back on the boat after “off season” hip replacement! True to form he caught a big one – on a salmon rod no less....

Hockey Players vs. Halibut – June 25th

These Jr hockey studs showed their might today besting halibut of 70 and 80 pounds and a few salmon too!...


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Plan Your Trip

There are a few fun and practical matters to consider before your charter. Follow the links below to find answers to your questions.