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Alaskan Summertime Charters
- Type: Charters & Guides
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
- Featured On: Seward - Halibut Fishing Charters
Seward is a world-class fishing destination for Pacific halibut and Salmon. This is also a wonderful place to visit and stay. Seward sits at the head of Resurrection Bay just off of the Gulf of Alaska. The shallow waters here inside and outside of the bay make a natural fishery for both Halibut and Salmon.
Fishing with Alaskan Summertime Charters
A day of fishing for Big Halibut is exhausting, so comfortable boats are key to helping guests enjoy their fishing trips. Both boats offer plenty of comforts and enough practicality that you never have to stop fishing.
The season for Halibut starts in April and runs through October. For salmon, the season starts July 1 and runs through October. Alaskan Summertime Charters offers full day Halibut fishing, Full day Salmon Fishing, and Half Day Salmon Charters. If you want to target big Halibut, you need a full day of fishing. Not only do the big Halibut like the deeper water, they require a little bit more enticing.
Salmon Fishing here is off the hook - pun intended. Resurrection Bay is a narrow body of water and the Salmon congregate here to feed and get ready to head up the local rivers to spawn. Expect big King Salmon in the 20-50 pound range with access to those that approach 75 pounds or more. Expect plenty of Silver Salmon, Chum Salmon, Pink Salmon, and Sockeye Salmon too.
Overall, you cannot go wrong in Seward, and the Alaskan Summertime Charters makes a wonderful partner in helping you achieve your fishing goals.
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