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- Type: Charters & Guides Lodges
- Fishing: Guided Fishing Saltwater Fishing
- What we fish for: King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Sockeye Salmon, Pink Salmon, Halibut, Rockfish, Dolly Varden, Steelhead
- Featured On: Seward Fishing - Top Rated Fishing Charters
The Fish With Hill Charter Fishing is based out of Seward, Alaska and offers guests outstanding Salmon and Halibut adventures. You fish with the owner, Captain Hill, and he always tries to make sure that you have the best adventure possible.
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King Salmon: The best times are from May through August
Sockeye Salmon: June and July are the best months with late may showing an okay number of fish.
Coho Salmon: July and August are the best months to fish for Silver Salmon. They are available June through October.
Pink Salmon: July and August are the best months for Pink Salmon fishing.
Dolly Varden are best fished during July and August though they are available from May through September.
Steelhead: are prime for August, Sepetmber, and October.
Halibut: The Halibut are available January through October but the best months to battle Halibut are May-October.
Rockfish: Rockfish, like Halibut are available all year long. The best months for rockfish are May-August where you have access to the big Ling cod.
Once you return to the dock the lodge takes care of cleaning, packaging, and freezing your catch so it is ready to take home with you.
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