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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. Fish cleaning is provided for all our clients at the end of each trip.  

What to bring:

 - Fishing license available online at: 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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Saltwater Fishing

We offer a wide variety of saltwater fishing options including:  halibut, salmon, rockfish, and lingcod.  We specialize in long range combo trips with our most popular charter being the halibut/rockfish combo.  We can run straight halibut trips, halibut/salmon combos, halibut/rockfish combos, or the grand slam halibut/salmon/rockfish combo. 

When weather permits we run these trips out into the Gulf of Alaska.  These trips are very scenic and we often see a wide range of wildlife on the run.  Its not uncommon to see humpback whales, orcas, dall porpoises, sea otters, sea lions, eagles, puffins, and black bears all in the same day.

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Halibut are some of the best eating fish found in Alaskan waters.  They have flakey white meat that can be prepared in a number of ways.  They average 20-50 pounds, but can grow to monsterous sizes.  Our largest measured 83" in length with an estimated weight of 311 pounds.  They are a powerful, fun fish to catch.


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There are over 30 species of rockfish found in Alaska.  The most common of these is the black rockfish.  They are usually found in large numbers and often average around 8 pounds.  Another common one is the yelloweye.  These are bright orange, beautiful fish that can reach upwards of 20 pounds.  Rockfish are great fun to catch, usually fast action and a great fight on light gear.  They are also excellent tablefare.  Many find these to be their favorite eating fish of all time and also their favorite part of the charter.


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We have a great salmon fishery out of Homer.  King Salmon can be present in these waters all year long.  We also have an exciting Coho (silver salmon) fishery that runs from mid July-August.  These fish are very aggressive feeders and can be a blast to catch, a great addition to any combo. 

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Winter King Fishing

Winter king fishing is rapidly becoming one of our favorite fisheries.  With high catch rates and liberal limits its easy to understand why.  "Winter Kings" are actually feeder kings present in the saltwater's of Kachemak Bay and Cook Inlet year round. The average size of these Kings are 12-30 pounds, but larger ones are always present.  If you've never eaten one of these winter kings you don't know what you're missing.  It's a great way to break up the winter boredom!  Our boat is heated, and air temperature on the water is often warmer than on land in the winter.  Don't let the cold stop you from getting out and fishing.