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Kenai Peninsula Halibut Charters

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Halibut Charters

Season: Apr 29 to Sep 11 $325+ Full Day

Profish-n-sea Char­ters, out of Seward, offers salmon and hal­ibut fish­ing with friend­ly, expe­ri­enced Alaskan guides. Trips last a full day; you’ll motor 2 to 2.5 hours from Seward to the Gulf of Alas­ka, Mon­tague Island, and oth­er out­er-coast hotspots. Profish-n-Sea knows the three keys to catch­ing fish: boats, knowl­edge, and gear. That’s why the boats are always clean, the gear sharp, and the crew friend­ly, help­ful, and fun.

Season: May 14 to Sep 06 $225+ per person Full-Day

When in Seward, head out on the water with Alas­ka North­ern Out­fit­ters on their com­fort­able 46-foot cata­ma­ran – the Sea Quest — for an epic day of fish­ing for hal­ibut, salmon, ling­cod, and rock­fish. It’s the only char­ter ves­sel in Seward with an upper view­ing deck. This lets you sight­see or have lunch on the upper deck while watch­ing the action below. . Inside you’ll find a large and heat­ed inte­ri­or, indoor seat­ing for every­one, tables, and  ...more

Season: Year Round $325+ 6 hrs+

O’Fish’ial spe­cial­izes in salt­wa­ter hal­ibut and king salmon char­ter fish­ing expe­ri­ences out of Homer, as well as Long Range tro­phy fish hunts. Own­er Chad has spent count­less hours with sea­soned Alaskan fish­er­men who shared time-test­ed advice – and their fish­ing hotspots – with him. He com­bines this knowl­edge with a cus­tomer-ser­vice focus and pas­sion for shar­ing all the excite­ment and adven­ture Alas­ka fish­ing has to offer.

Season: Mid April to September $195+ 3/4 to Full Day Excursions

Homer is the hal­ibut cap­i­tal of Alas­ka, and this long­time char­ter com­pa­ny offers a blue-chip way to get to the fish. They have high-qual­i­ty boats, expe­ri­enced cap­tains, and enthu­si­as­tic crews — as well as an inside line on find­ing hal­ibut, rock fish and sil­ver salmon. But they also offer a vari­ety of oth­er ways to enjoy the waters off Kachemak Bay, from wildlife cruis­ing to pad­dling a kayak or hik­ing in Kachemak Bay State Park. 

Every­one thinks that fish­ing in Alas­ka is most­ly about track­ing down the Kings in the height of the sum­mer sea­son. But this Kenai-based fish­ing char­ter oper­a­tor has the expe­ri­ence to lead anglers to the best fish — and with­out the crowds — well out­side the prime sea­son. Vis­i­tors can choose from half to ful­ly day char­ters for Salmon or full day char­ters for Hal­ibut, Trout or com­bi­na­tion trips. 

Fish with Hill on his immac­u­late 46-foot boat and find the hottest fish­ing spots around Seward. Hill’s no-non­sense approach guides you to the action, load­ing you up with more than one species! Book a cor­po­rate char­ter or a pri­vate adven­ture with your buds – and com­bine it with a stay at Hill’s lodge for the all-in” package.

Get great views of glac­i­ers, whales and wildlife, while also get­ting a great chance to catch the fish that make Alaska’s waters famous. In busi­ness since 1991, this Seward-based fish­ing char­ter com­pa­ny offers half and full day char­ters for salmon, rock­fish, ling­cod and hal­ibut. Tours include gear, bait and as much instruc­tion as you need (espe­cial­ly with those feisty hal­ibut, which are nick­named barn doors for their huge size). They’ll even do  ...more

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