Ketchikan, Alaska (Ketchikan Gateway)
This is a spectacular property with a salmon stream and several wilderness lakes. There is deep moorage in front of the property, over 10 acres of patented tidal lands and 2,126 feet of water frontage. One of the houses is still standing from the days when it was a dairy farm. Property does have water rights from Round Lake and a power line easement. This is the largest fee simple parcel in the area and it has road and water access. The sports fishing enthusiasts will find a bounty in the waters surrounding Gravina Island, including king (chinook), silver (coho), red (sockeye), pink (humpy), and chum (dog) salmon. Halibut, ling cod, red snapper, and rock cod is also available as are several species of crab and shrimp. There are numerous wilderness lakes and streams on Gravina Island that provide steelhead, Dolly Varden, and cutthroat trout in addition to red (sockeye) and pink (humpy) salmon. Gravina Island is home to a small population of Sitka black-tailed deer, mountain goats, black bear, and we don't want to forget about the waterfowl hunting. If you are interested in a little shopping or Southeast culture Ketchikan is only a half mile away, just across the Tongass Narrows. You can walk Creek Street's wooden boardwalks and explore the history of Ketchikan and the surrounding area by visiting the museums and other attractions. Charter a guided hunt, fishing trip or just go kayaking around these beautiful Islands . This area is a sportsmans dream!