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- Type: Charters & Guides
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
- Featured On: Homer - Halibut Fishing Charters
Falcon Charters is based out of Homer, Alaska, the Halibut Capital of the World. Captain Tony is your guide and has fished Cook's Inlet since 1984. The captain and crew welcome everyone regardless of your experience fishing. The Falcon is a place where each guest feels comfortable and the focus is always on guest experience. That is why Captain Tony is well known as a charter. His experience and knowledge of the local waters and the big fish that lurk there make it easier for fishermen to find the big Trophy Halibut and Salmon.
Fishing with Falcon Charters
Expect to be outfitted with top-grade equipment that is meticulously maintained. The focus here is always to create a positive once-in-a-lifetime experience for the guests. That comes from using good equipment that is in prime shape. If you want to fish the world-famous waters off Homer, then consider Falcon Charters. Their experience and knowledge of the local waters and fish make this a winning combo.
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