Fishing

Fully guided ocean sport-fishing trips for halibut, five varieties of salmon, rockfish, and lingcod are our specialties. Our price includes guides with many years of successful fishing trips and happy customers, fish licenses, fishing equipment, and professional processing and freezing for up to two 50 lb. boxes of your fish.

At the Laughing Raven we pride ourselves on delivering a high quality experience and product. To help ensure that your vacation will be full of camaraderie rather than combative crowds, the Laughing Raven Lodge maintains a guest-to-guide ratio of not more than four to one and does not entertain more than eight guests per trip.

Fishing Vessels


~F/V Murrelet~

F/V Murrelet is a 2001 31' Albin TE, she has a fully enclosed wheelhouse with ample seating for all, top of the line electronics including radar, GPS, fish-finder, auto-pilot, sattelite radio, and more. The large flush deck cockpit has a transom gate door for easy boarding, live-bait well and fish boxes built into the transom, rod holders, fresh and salt water wash downs in the cockpit. There is a fully enclosed head with separate stall shower, fresh water supply with hot water heater, galley V-berth and aft double berth.

~F/V Corvus~

The Corvus, is a fiberglass 28 ft. Osprey long cabin powered by twin Yamaha 200 hp outboards.  Corvus can quickly get you to the fishing grounds where you can have your lines in the water within minutes of leaving the dock. This fine boat provides a roomy, safe, and stable fishing platform.  Its warm and cozy cabin is equipped with a stereo, a head with a shower, refrigerator, and a Raymarine multifunction GPS, radar, and color sounder display.  The cabin seats 4 people around a table, and there is a v-berth in the bow.  The back deck has 2 large holds for keeping your catch fresh each day.  


The F/V Bluejacket, skippered by Captain Peter Mooney, is a 50' steel ketch which has been commercially fishing in Alaska for over 40 years, but has also sailed to the South Pacific. She is still used for commercial halibut long-lining and for hauling freight and fuel for the lodge, an essential part of the operation.