At the southern tip of the Inside Passage, Ketchikan's charm is scenically backed by forested hills and overlooks Tongas Narrows, a waterway that constantly hums with fishing boats, ferries and floatplanes. Primely situated as a transportation hub for Southern Alaska, this port city, dubbed "First City", is a great initial introduction to the acclaim of Alaska.
For those hoping to reel in a big catch, Ketchikan's fame as a major salmon fishery offers one of the best opportunities along the Southeast coast. The resident salmon is also a big draw for the stately American Bald Eagles, deeming Ketchikan as "the eagle capital of America".
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