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- Type: Lodges
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
Emerald Pines Lodge is out of Homer, Alaska, the Halibut Capital of the World. While the Halibut fishing here is good, so is the Salmon fishing. Captain Steve is an expert at guiding fishermen to those spots where the fish are active. In 2015, many trips limited out quickly and those guests went home with some wild fishing tales.
Fishing with Emerald Pines Lodge and Captain Steve
The boat is well equipped and your stay includes all of your fishing gear, rain gear, and even boat boots. They take care of you and will process your fish and they can sell you a fishing license and King Salmon stamp.
Overall, you should expect outstanding Halibut fishing off of Homer with ample opportunity to battle a 100 plus pound fish. This is also a prime location for Salmon fishing as millions of Salmon make their way up Cook Inlet to local rivers.
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