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Alaska Halibut Fishing Charter
  • Approximate Cost:
    6 - 7 Days: $1,500 to $2,000 Per Person
    4 - 5 Days: $1,500 to $2,000 Per Person
    2 - 3 Days: $500 to $1,000 Per Person
    Half Day: $150 to $199 Per Person; $200 to $299 Per Person
    Full Day: $200 to $299 Per Person; $300 to $399 Per Person
  • Type: Charters & Guides Lodges
  • Fishing: Freshwater Fishing Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing

Alaska Halibut Fishing Charter is not stranger to big Halibut. They have been fishign the waters of the Kenai Peninsula for nearly 30 years. Guests of the charter not only have access to a deep and wonderful knowledgebase but also you fish from a modern boat with all the tech to put you on the Big Trophy Fish. Alaska Halibut Fishing Charter fishes both freshwater and saltwater so you truly get the best of both worlds.

Saltwater Fishing with Alaska Halibut Fishing Charter

The Big, Barn Door, Halibut are generally a 2-3 hour boat ride out of Homer or Seward but not a problem because those who fish with this charter can launch from other locations that are much closer to the trophy fishing grounds. The boat is modern, fully equipped and well maintained. You are fishing with a captain and crew who know the water, the fish, and the land. You have access to big Trophy Halibut, Trophy Ling Cod, Black Sea Bass ( try that on a fly rod), Yellow Eye, Rockfish, and of course all five species of Pacific Salmon.

Overall, expect expert level fishing even if you've never fished before.

Freshwater Fishing with Alaska Halibut Fishing Charter

Your destination is the Kenai River and why not - It holds the world record for King Salmon and has a multi-million fish run of Sockeye Salmon every year. In addition to Sockeye and Kings you have access to Silvers and in the lower portion of the Kenai - to pinks too. Perhaps the most amazing thing that fishing the Kenai River provides is access to big Trophy Fish. Not just salmon but big Trophy Rainbow Trout and Dolly Varden too. By Trophy Rainbow Trout we mean in the 28-33 inch range and the Dolly Varden are nearly that themselves

The Kenai River is divided into three legs - The lower Kenai has all five species of the Pacific Salmon family and big Rainbows and Dolly Varden. The middle Kenai is a great place to target Kings, Silvers, Sockeye, and Chum Salmon. The upper Kenai is usually off limits for Kings as this is where they spawn, but you can drift the Canyon and target Sockeye Salmon by the millions or a little later in the year you can hammer the Silver Salmon. Either way the key to Successfully fishing the Kenai is a quality guide and you have that with Alaska Halibut Fishing Charter

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