Top 10 Alaska Halibut & Salmon Fishing Charters
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Alaska offers great fishing for a wide range of fish species but if you want to fish for halibut or salmon, then a charter is a great option. Most charters will offer half day and full day options but a few will offer extended options. Our full list of saltwater charter providers stretches across the Gulf of Alaska and the top options are scattered throughout.
The ProFish-n-Sea Charters has been providing professional charters for locals and visitors for more than 20-years. Join Captain Steve Zernia and his crew for a day of fishing for King Salmon, Silver Salmon, and big Barn Door Halibut.
Seward is easy to get to, and the easiest way is to drive here, From Anchorage, the journey is about 2.5 hours, and Seward makes a charming place to stay, dine, and fish.
4 Nights of Deluxe Lodging with 2 Days of Guided Salmon Fishing and 1 Day of Guided Halibut Fishing. Includes 50 lbs of Fish Processing, All Fishing Gear and Lodging Necessities. $905 per person for four guests(ask about specials for 3, 2, or 1 guests).
The Alaska FishOn Charters offers over 70 years of guided fishing experience fishing for big Trophy Salmon and Halibut on the Kenai Peninsula.
The Alaska FishOn Charters offers guiding services & lodging packages for everyone. They happily accept those of us new to fishing, including children.
They offer daily guided fishing for salmon, halibut & trout as well as overnight packages that include both lodges & guided fishing. As a professional guide service, they put it all together for you and all you need to do is to show up with your fishing license.
Seward is a world-class Saltwater fishing destination, and Crackerjack Charters has been guiding people to Trophy Fish for a long while. In 2008 they won the Best of Alaska Award by the Alaska Daily News and has continued to grow and develop their business to fit the needs of fishers from around the world. Seward is easy to get to from Anchorage as it is just 2.5-hour drive and through some of the best country you can visit.
Saltwater Excursions Fishing Charters is based out of Wittier Alaska. Whittier is in the Chugach National Forest and at the head of Passage Canal off of Blackstone Bay. Getting here is fairly easy as it is about 1.5-hour drive from Anchorage. Plan on a 2-3 drive time due to the Anton Memorial Tunnel which is only every hour for 15 minutes per direction. As complicated as that sounds, getting to Wittier is pretty easy. If you have time, you can stop at the Portage Glacier.
Ninilchik Charters fishes out of Ninilchik, Alaska, a small town between Soldotna and Home. This is an ideal destination for fishing as Ninilchik is situated not far from the mouth of the Kenai and the Kasilof Rivers. This is an area that is rich in Salmon and Halibut, and the Ninilchik Charters is a wonderful charter to make your Alaskan Fishing Adventure come true.
Alaska King Fishing Charter offers a variety of chartered Salmon and Halibut fishing packages out of Ketchikan, Alaska. Ketchikan is often one of the first stops for cruise ships and is also one of the best locations to fish for King Salmon and Halibut.
The Crazy Rays Adventures is based out of Wittier, Alaska and offers outstanding saltwater fishing around the Prince William Sound area. Expect world-class Halibut and Salmon fishing with a team of guides that know how to fish for big fish.