Providing guided tours, fishing, and sightseeing in rugged Alaska.
Chignik Bay is located on the Alaskan Peninsula, 200 miles past Kodiak Island before you reach the Aleutian Islands. It is a remote fishing village in a remote part of the world based around two fish plants. The summer time population of Chignik, Alaska is approximately 200 people. The local Alaska Natives, crewmembers and cannery people make up the town’s residents. We have a health clinic, post office, and small variety store.
The weather in Chignik can change four times in one day. Cold to warm, cloudy to sunny, windy to calm. The temperature range from the low 50s to the mid 60s. The summer days are long and climate changes common. Generally from June 25 to August 25 is the best weather of the year in Alaska. We can have occasional storms even during our good weather months, when they come we still find fun things to do.
"I never drink water because of the disgusting things that fish do in it."