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Fishing in Alaska

      After fishing Alaska for more than 40 years, I can guarantee you that there is no better saltwater fishing anywhere in the state than that found in the areas we fish from Seward. Our skippers are all long-time Alaska residents who know the area intimately. We are eager to make your outing the fishing experience of a lifetime.

Our boats are state-of-the-art diesel-powered sport fishing vessels. Each vessel is U.S. Coast Guard Inspected. We provide top quality saltwater rods and reels and also the bait, tackle, and gear and clean your fish for you.



     The area around Kenai Fjords National Park is home to one of the largest salmon runs in Alaska.  While not as big as other game fish, salmon are the best fighting fish pound for pound.  It 's not uncommon to get into a school of salmon and all the poles start bending at once!  Enjoy watching these beautiful fish go airborne while trying to shake the hook. 

     We love fishing for salmon, and we know you will as well!


Fishing trips are available by private charter.


     Halibut fishing starts in April and gets better each month until the end of August. Last year we had excellent halibut fishing into September.  The chance to pull one of these amazing fish from the deep emerald waters is a saltwater angler's dream.   

     One of our most common questions is how big do halibut get?  The pacific halibut is the largest flatfish in the world.  Large halibut (often called "barn doors" can reach a size of 8ft in length and over 500 lbs.  The average size halibut caught in Alaska is between 15 and 20 lbs.  These smaller halibut are called "chickens" and are considered the ideal catch for eating.           Our skippers are always working to put our customers on the best spots.



Fishing trips are available by private charter.

Seward alaska fishing trips

Alaska Multi Species Fishing 

Want it all?  Seward is one of the few places where you can catch halibut, salmon, and even more fish in one day!  The waters around Resurrection Bay are home to Lingcod (huge predators related to the scorpion or lionfish), yelloweye rockfish, black rockfish, and myriad other species. 

Come experience all the saltwater fun we have to offer!


Fishing trips are available by private charter.

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