Fish Alaska Magazine; Sitka Charters- Angela Filler
May 8, 2007. Sheely, Terry W. "Hot Kings Seven Days of Southeast's Best Salmon Action."
['Angela's operation is a one-woman whirlwind called Sitka Charters-her idea of one-stop shopping for fishermen. "You call, pack, and get on the plane. I take care of everything else." Each fish trip is customized, personalized. You want it, she gets it, brokering absolutely everything from fishing licenses to airline reservations, hotels, B&Bs, lodges, meals, charter boats, nightlife, sack lunches, tours of the critically historic town and throws in a bunch of pleasant side ventures, including shopping sprees for non-angling companions.
Cell phone in her ear, notebook in hand, and a toddler on her lap, she confirms, books, shuffles, brokers, solves, shifts, buys, recommends and takes us to dinner.']
Juneau Empire, Capitol City News; Sitka Charters- Angela Filler
Dec. 2007. Marquis, Kim. "Southeast Commercial Fishermen Question Halibut Charter Guidelines; Business Owner Says Education Takes the Sting out of Bag Limits."
[Angela Filler, a five-year owner of Sitka Charters who books her own clients, says she educates potential customers about the fishery by explaining the importance of conservation. "I tell them we're depleting the resource and it's showing an impact," Filler said. "When they have it explained to them in the way I do, you don't get any resistance."]
Institute of Social and Economic Research University of Alaska Anchorage and Eco-Systems
"Nature-Based Tourism in Southeast Alaska: Results from 2005 and 2006 Field Study" - Acknowledgements
['We would like to acknowledge all the businesses and their employees who patiently spent time with us and provided information on their business. A few individuals deserve special thanks for making extra efforts to ensure that our data accurately represent the industry. Some of these exceptional people include Case Harris, [Angela Filler], Davey Lubin, Rachel Fredholm, Jane Button, and Chris Conder.]