Book Your Halibut Fishing Charter Today!
Available May 1st – June 15th $375/person.
** Plus applicable sales tax
Duration: 5 -7 hours a trip
Persons: 2 person minimum, 6 person maximum.
North pacific halibut are truly amazing species of fish. They average 25-30lbs as adult fish. They spawn in the winter months. Halibut are unique in that they can grow to be huge fish. Some female halibut can grow to be over 500lbs and their length can be over 5 feet. Catching halibut is a true adventure in itself. That is why having an expert guide to help land your catch is key. With our company being in business over 30 years, you are sure to get a guide who can help you land that catch.
Any angler who has heard about the flaky, buttery halibut of Alaska’s pristine waters has more than likely had one or two fantasies of catching one of these great fish. The anticipation of the big one is a lure of its own. If you have ever hooked into a big one, you know it takes a bit of skill and a lot of perseverance to close the deal and Alaskan halibut fishing is no different.
If you have not had the opportunity to experience the North Gulf Coast waterways for over 30 years to gain the experience you need to catch your own, you need a guide with the right skills and experience on you Alaskan fishing adventure. As you step on board our Alaskan halibut charter you will be greeted by our knowledgeable charter host. Alaska Gulf Coast Expedition works to ensure each of our charter guests has the fishing adventure of a lifetime. We ensure you have all the tools needed to make the catch and know some of the best areas for landing the best Alaskan halibut fish. Our charter captains are life-long Alaskans with a proven track record for success through the highest catch ratio and a flawless safety record. Count on us to help you fulfill your Alaskan saltwater adventures.
Our day trips include bait, tackle, free filleting by an experienced guide and professional instructor.
Halibut fishing is usually done with a bait rig fished on or near the bottom with the vessel anchored or drifting.
Directions to launch(s)
Anchor point– 74272 Anchor Point Rd, Anchor Point, AK 99556
Park in lot. Boats line up in order to launch. Find your boat name and meet the crew, you will load up on boat and the tractor will launch us into the Cook inlet.
Deep Creek– https://goo.gl/maps/WBiL7KMcbJFea4aj6
Homer– Meeting point TBD office or captain will make sure you know well ahead of time.
Cabin– Office will send you address to the specific cabin we have you booked in.
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