Livelihood as fishermen whose livelihood is heavily dependent on weather and sea conditions. In this condition fishermen increasingly difficult to get a satisfactory income. Heaviest burden will be borne by the fishermen households, the wife of coastal fishermen or women. By their husbands because of reduced income or none at all then also the fishermen of coastal women should strive tomoveo ther professions during the waiting time allowed to go to sea. This study aims to look at the general state of fisheries in Mangket Makalisung coastal village and to know and analyze the alternative activities of fishermen in Mangket Makalisung coastal village when they are not able to carry out fishing activities in the sea. Research conducted in the Makalisung village this is a case study in which the phenomenon described in this study apply only to areas where research. In accordance with the alternative title of the research activities chosen by the fishermen in the study area cannot be enacted in other regions. The data was collected in the census, where all the fishermen in the Makalisung village as object for questioning. The data obtained in this study were analyzed with descriptive analysis. This analysis is to develop the ability of researchers to provide discussion relating to the situation found in the field. The type of alternative activities on coastal fishing communities Maengket include motorcycle taxis (those who have motorcycles), masons, collect sea cucumbers and make aboat.