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- Type: Charters & Guides
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
- Featured On: Homer - Halibut Fishing Charters
Fat Fish Charters offers saltwater fishing for Halibut, Salmon, and Rock Fish off the coast of Homer, Alaska. Homer is known as the Halibut Capital of the World, and millions of people flock here to take advantage of the outstanding Halibut fishing
Fishing with Fat Fish Charters
Guests of the charter fish from their 33-foot boat which offers plenty of room for six fishers. They fish Cook Inlet, Kachemak Bay and throughout the Gulf of Alaska.
The Salmon fishing here is good too as Cook Inlet is the only way that the Salmon have to reach those legendary rivers like the Kenai and Kasilof. Cook Inlet is 180 miles long and a prime location for Halibut, Salmon, and Rock Fish.
Not only are there plenty of feeder fish here so that both the Salmon and Halibut grow fat, but also that the Rock Fish here are big too. Expect the possibility of battling 5-foot long Ling Cod and big fat Snapper and Cod.
If your target is all about Halibut, then plan on a full day trip. The best value for most fishermen who fish around Homer is the combo trips that target both Salmon and Halibut. The limit on Halibut is two per day and four for the whole year. You can limit out quickly on Halibut, and the combo trip gives you the advantage of fishing all day for Salmon.
Cook Inlet is home to all five species of Pacific Salmon, and you should expect to battle fish all day long.
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