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Exclusive Fishing Charters!

Captain Alec Simmons of Sims Sea Charters welcomes you to Ketchikan – Alaska's First City and the Salmon Capital of the World.  A premier salmon and halibut fishing charter and wildlife sightseeing tour awaits.

Meet your local captain

Captain Alec Simmons

Born and raised in Ketchikan, professional sea Captain Alec Simmons grew up fishing salmon and halibut along these beautiful rugged coastlines since he can remember – once you start, you're hooked for life!  


Fishing and hunting are a way of life up here in Southeast Alaska – a generational pastime and everyone has a boat or knows someone who does.  There isn't a better way to witness firsthand how the locals live and to truly understand why we call this slice of heaven our special home.


Reeling in and successfully landing a restless king salmon or putting up the forearm fight for that colossal halibut victory is simply exhilarating to say the least!  Whether you're an experienced fisherman or a complete novice, Sims Sea Charters will show you the ropes as our service and professionalism will certainly exceed your expectations compared to any other tour in town.

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Vessel features & Highlights

Sims Sea Charter Boat

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Our vessel is a custom built 32' Edwing equipped with twin Yamaha 250 outboard engines, only premier fishing gear, 4 Scotty downriggers, Furuno electronics, a chart plotter, radar, depth sounder, and features a private on board bathroom, roomy heated interior cabin with a large open fishing deck.  

Safety is Number One

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Our professional fishing vessel and on board safety equipment is U.S. Coast Guard approved and inspected.  Sims Sea Charters, LLC uses only top-of-the-line gear and every aspect of the boat is meticulously well-maintained to deliver the best possible tour experience.  Our professionalism is top-notch.

More About Captain Alec Simmons

  Capt. Simmons grew up working for his father as a deckhand on the fishing vessel the K’ Sea~Ann and was taught how to navigate the local Ketchikan waterways and to handle the unpredictable area weather patterns with precise accuracy.  


Alec has a true passion for people, his community, local history, native culture, hunting and exploring the vast terrains of the Inside Passage.  His father's fishing stories have always inspired him and now he loves to share his own tales along the way too.  


There's a fair chance you'll have a few memories to relive too once you're back home preparing a meal in the kitchen with loved ones and enjoying your fresh Alaskan catch at the dinner table together.


This is the real Ketchikan – your private tour of our neck of the woods.  Welcome to God's country and we look forward to serving you and your family in the summer of 2019!

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What guest are saying

Michael S - San Antonio, TX

  "Want to catch some salmon and halibut?  Book a charter with Captain Alec and he will not disappoint!"

                                                                                                                                   

Tony R. - Ft. Lauderdale - FL

 "He is a true Alaskan born and raised!  He knows the waters and knows how to slay the fish! Can't wait to go again."

Sandra & Larry T. - WA

"Trip of a lifetime! - Thank you Alec, you made us feel safe and at ease!  Cant wait to fish with you next year!"

The Species & Peak Seasons

The species and peak season fishing chart.

Daily Catch Limits and More Information

  • King Salmon (Chinook) - One fish daily, 28 inches or longer for nonresidents.  The King is the largest Pacific salmon weighing an average of 14-17 pounds.


  • Silver Salmon (Coho) - Six fish daily and no annual limit.  The Silver is widely available in our region during their late summer run.


  • Pink Salmon (Humpback) - Six fish daily, 16 inches or longer and no annual limit.  Pinks are the smallest of Pacific salmon averaging a weight of 3 to 5 pounds.


  • Pacific Halibut - One fish daily and must be either 38 inches or less or 80 inches or more in length with no annual limit.  Catches between 38 inches and 80 inches must be released.

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