Halibut/Salmon Charter

Book your Alaska Halibut/Salmon fishing charter now!

Alaska Halibut/Salmon (All Day):

This is a full day of fishing, targeting Halibut, Salmon or Trout. Capacity is up to 6 anglers.

Available May 1st – June 15th

** Plus applicable sales tax

Duration: 8 – 10 hours

Persons: 6 person maximum

$2,400 for 6 person maximum


Embark on a Halibut and Salmon River Fishing Expedition while immersing yourself in a vibrant environment you’ll remember fondly for years to come. Alaska is the ultimate destination for gulf coast fishing with its diverse wildlife, picturesque glaciers, pristine rivers, and vast stretches of coastline. While there are peaceful wildlife encounters on these excursions that take place, an angler may even catch a glimpse of a moose or even a bear from time to time. One may encounter many species of birds, including the possible sighting of a bald eagle, on our Alaskan Gulf coast fishing expeditions. The Alaska salmon & halibut charters combine the best fishing in one truly amazing adventure. That said, here are more details of what this package includes, whether it be King or Silver salty salmon or delicious flaky halibut filets.

Depending on the time of the season – King and Silver salmon. There are five species of salmon caught in south-central Alaska, such as the King (chinook) and Silver (coho). Kings are caught year-round (May is typically the best month), and Silvers are caught from mid-July to early September. Alaskan salmon can be caught in either river areas or saltwater inlets. Northern Pacific salmon are considered highly sought-after fish during excursions. The taste of the cool saltwater from the Alaskan Gulf Coast combined with the fresh taste of salmon leaves many anglers seeking fishing charters to catch these sought-after fish. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert angler, Alaska’s diverse ecosystem offers something for every experience level. Don’t miss your chance to reel in some of the most sought-after fish in the world. (If you are a beginner, keep in mind that fishing for salmon in Alaska is typically done by trolling using downriggers. Trolling is pulling baits at varied depths to attract salmon.)

In addition, North Pacific halibut are truly an amazing species of fish. They average 25-30 lbs. 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 over 500 lbs., 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 for over 30 years, you will surely get a guide who can help you land that catch. In addition, 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 perseverance to close the deal, and Alaskan halibut fishing is no different. In all, you’re guaranteed to make lasting memories and leave feeling connected with both nature and people. Let Alaska show you just what life has to offer and embark on a salmon and halibut fishing trip!

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