|Alaska Airlines Fishing Equipment Policy 2018|
|Airline Name||Alaska Airlines|
|Accepts Fishing Equipment||Yes|
|Counts Toward Baggage Allowance||Yes|
|View Regular Alaska Airlines Baggage Policies|
|View Fishing Equipment Policies for Other Airlines|
Fishing equipment is accepted on-board Alaska Airlines flights as a regular piece of checked luggage. Fishing equipment may be checked-in as multiple piece and considered as a single piece in terms of baggage charges. Standard Alaska Airlines checked baggage fees apply, although oversize and overweight fees will be waived.
Fishing Equipment on Alaska Airlines
One piece of fishing equipment is defined as two rods, two reels, and one tackle box. Fishing equipment may exceed 62 linear inches, but no more than 115 linear inches (length + height + width), without incurring an oversize fee.
Refer to our Alaska Airlines Baggage page for checked piece, overweight and oversize charges.
A fishing pole may also be taken on-board in place of a piece of standard carry-on luggage, as long as it can be safely accommodated in a proper stowage compartment in the cabin of the aircraft.