We have crab pots for our guests to use while fishing in Ketchikan. There are a couple bays near by that produce delicious Dungeness crab. Summer crabbing is typically done in shallow water between 30-60 ft deep, making pot pulling by hand pretty easy. For crab bait we simply use salmon or small halibut carcasses and hang them in the traps. We also have a large crab cooker on the dock so we can boil them up and you can start your feast!
Dungeness Crab Limits In Ketchikan
The non-resident bag limit for Dungeness crab is (3) males per day over 6.5 inches across the back (not including the spines). We have crab sticks in the boats to measure them.