Wrangell City and Borough (AK) Fishing Reports, Times, Licenses, and Shops

Fish Species Found in Wrangell City and Borough Area

Brown Trout,  Rainbow Trout,  Northern Pike,  Lake Trout,  

Bodies of Water in Wrangell City and Borough Area

31 Lakes

56 Rivers and Streams

2 Reservoirs

82 other

Wrangell City and Borough (AK) Fishing Spots

Aleutkina Bay 12.3 miles
Big Bay 6.5 miles
Biorka Channel 1.1 miles
Biorka Reef 4.8 miles
Cameron Pass 12.5 miles
Cedar Pass 12.5 miles
Crane Cove 4.6 miles
Deep Inlet 11.5 miles
Dorothy Narrows 4.9 miles
First Narrows 10.4 miles
Frosty Reef 4.4 miles
Herring Bay 4.4 miles
Hot Springs Bay 3.9 miles
Islet Pass 6.3 miles
Islet Passage 6.4 miles
Kanga Bay 5.8 miles
Kidney Cove 7.5 miles
Kizhuchia Creek 7.8 miles
Kliuchevoi Bay 4.8 miles
Makhnati Rock 13.2 miles
Marsh Bay 6.2 miles
Middle Channel 12.2 miles
Middle Rock 1.6 miles
Mielkoi Cove 8.6 miles
North Rock 7.9 miles
Pirate Cove 10.5 miles
Redoubt Bay 7.3 miles
Redoubt Lake 9.6 miles
Rocky Cove 2.2 miles
Samsing Cove 10.3 miles
Sandy Cove 11.2 miles
Scow Bay 12.8 miles
Second Narrows 11.9 miles
Sevenfathom Bay 8.2 miles
Simpson Rock 12.9 miles
Sitka Sound 8.3 miles
Tsaritsa Rock 13.2 miles
Vasilief Bank 7.4 miles
Windy Passage 7.3 miles
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Wrangell City and Borough (AK) Fishing Guides

Alaska Fishing Licenses

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About Wrangell City and Borough (AK) Fishing

Whether you’re fishing for Brook Trout, Brown Trout or Lake Trout, or one of the other fish found near Wrangell City and Borough, we can tell you where to find them, how to bring them in, and who's having success. So find your new favorite fishing spot near Wrangell City and Borough, and grab your favorite fishing gear. All that, including links to your local fish and wildlife websites, record catches for a location, photos, GPS coordinates for where the fish can be found, and so much more. So what are you waiting for? Pick a nearby city and get started.