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What we provide: 

We provide all rods, tackle, bait, and equipment needed for the charter. We use top quality gear: G-Loomis rods and Shimano reels.   All boats are equipped with all required safety equipment: life jackets, flares, first aid kits, etc. Fish cleaning is provided for all our clients at the end of each trip.  There is also vacuum packing, smoking, canning, freezing, and shipping available locally. 

What to bring:

 - Fishing license available online at: adfg.alaska.gov/Store or purchase at local sporting good store and gas stations

- King stamp (if fishing kings); Also available online

- Sunscreen, sunglasses, warm coat, rain gear

- Snacks/lunch, camera

 

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Rates

Freshwater - Kenai and Kasilof River

- $175 per person on half day trips

- $275 per person on full day trips 

Saltwater - Kachemak Bay and Cook Inlet

**Saltwater trips are considered "full day" trips**

- $275 halibut only (per person)

- $325 combo trip (halibut/salmon or halibut/rockfish) (per person)

- $350 combo trip (halibut, salmon, and rockfish) (per person)

- $225 per person for winter king fishing between the months of October and March 

Early booking is strongly recommended as boat space is limited.  Many prime dates are booked a full year in advance and reservations are taken on a first come first serve basis.  We accept cash, checks, and credit cards. A deposit will be required to hold your reservation with the balance due at the end of your charter.