Welcome to Juneau Area Sport Fishing Tour
Find your place. Find your fish.
The Juneau/Glacier Bay Management Area extends southeast from Cape Fairweather across the northeastern part of Chichagof Island to Pt Hayes, across Chatham Strait to include all of Admiralty Island, across Frederick Sound to Cape Fanshaw and then north along the mainland coast to Pt Sherman north of Juneau and back to Cape Fairweather including all of Glacier Bay. The marine waters of the Juneau/Glacier Bay area is area provides a diversity of fishable habitats and support a wide range of species including all five species of Pacific salmon, a variety of rockfish species, halibut, lingcod, sablefish, and shellfish such as Dungeness and Tanner crabs and shrimp.
Enhanced salmon and trout fishing areas can be found along the Juneau road system from Twin Lakes and Mendenhall Ponds to Lena Cove and Sheep Creek. Wild stocks of trout including steelhead, rainbow, cutthroat and Dolly Varden char can also be found throughout most of the area freshwater streams and lakes.
This interactive map is a guide to sport fishing opportunities in the Juneau area providing information on popular fishing locations, species run timing, fishing gear selection as well as boat and angler access.