Saltwater Halibut Fishing Charter
Your Halibut Charter will launch in to Cook Inlet from the Deep Creek-Anchor River area on an exciting tractor launch . . . an experience in itself. Action is fast paced and limits are regular. (An important note: our area still has a 2 fish limit with no size regulation unlike other areas of Alaska) A typical Halibut is in the 25-70 lb range, with a few much larger ones -100 to 300 lbs, and known as "barn doors" - can be caught occasionally. Pacific Cod, Rays (Skates), Ling Cod, Black Bass, Yelloweye and the occasional Salmon Shark may be in the mix as well. Fishing is great all season long and one or more of these trips is generally part of most people’s plans. Our "six pack boats" are safe and comfortable. Launch time may vary depending upon the tides that specific day.
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Combo Salmon and Halibut Fishing
The Kenai Peninsula lets you get the best of both worlds at once. A saltwater combo trip In Cook Inlet includes trolling for King Salmon (Chinook) near shore and then traveling further offshore (typically 12 miles) to fish for Halibut. There is lots of action and and nearly guarantees you getting some of the best sport and eating fish around. This trip is available late May, through mid-June. Launch time may vary depending upon the tides that specific day.
Ultimate Offshore Multi-species Fishing Trips
These trips are weather and tide-dependent, but the fishing is outstanding. Fishing is for giant Ling Cod, many other species of Rockfish and barn door Halibut. It’s a full day and a great chance for lots of action though—perfect for that die-hard fisherman or woman. The backdrop is great scenery, including 4 volcanoes, and opportunities to see whales, puffins, otters, and a host of other Alaska marine wildlife.
Seward Combo Trips
An hour and 45 minutes away is the port of Seward and Resurrection Bay. Known for its great Silver Salmon Fishing in July and August, Seward is also home to terrific Halibut, Ling Cod and Yelloweye fishing with a guarantee of great scenery and wildlife viewing.
Digging for Razor Clams
On just a few days a year, when a very low tide occurs (minus 4 feet or lower), there is the chance to go dig razor clams, which is an adventure in itself. Most people go to a place called “Clam Gulch” about 30 miles from the Lodge. Alaska Hooksetters Lodge will loan you the special shovels for free and give advice for the do-it-yourself person. We will provide boots and advice on what clothes to take and wear, as you’ll be kneeling down in wet sand and digging a clam that is much faster than you’d think. It’s a free adventure. Learn more about clamming in Alaska.
New Clamming Trip
A new trip that we highly recommend is to take an inexpensive guided-trip across the Cook Inlet (leaving out of Ninilchik) to the West Side. This trip will beach the boat in a secluded bay where you can dig and keep an unlimited number of clams and see some great new country that few other people ever get to experience. The trip includes considerable bird-watching as well and gives a close-up view of Mt. Reboubt, an active volcano.
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Alaska Hooksetters Lodge
37760 Woods Dr, Kenai, AK 99611