Sitka Sound, Alaska

Sitka Sound, Alaska
It's all about location, location, location. Sitka is a major pit stop on an ocean freeway used by salmon heading to British Columbia, Washington, and other Alaska waters. Catch rates per angler are higher here than at any other marine area in southeast Alaska, and June's the No. 1 month. Mooch herring off Vitskari Rocks in the middle of Sitka Sound or outside Kruzof Island in the shadow of a towering dormant volcano. Angling Unlimited, 800-297-3380; anglingunlimited.com Tips From the Guides
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