SALTWATER FISHING AT IT'S FINEST
May 01 - June 07 - Cook Inlet King Salmon / Halibut Combo
Starting in early May, Cook Inlet comes alive with King Salmon returning on their migration from the Pacific Ocean to their freshwater native rivers for spawning. At the same time the Pacific Halibut are migrating into upper Cook Inlet from the Gulf of Alaska where they've spent their winter months. We'll troll the coastline for King Salmon the first few hours on the incoming tide. As high tide approaches, we'll take a 30 minute boat ride to the Halibut grounds where we fish the remainder of the day for these "monsters" of the depths. We have experienced near 100% limits on Halibut in previous years!
GREAT HALIBUT FISHING
May 01 - September 30th - Pacific Halibut
Join Alaskan Adventure Charters on beautiful scenic Cook-Inlet where you will fish for the Pacific Halibut. Cook-Inlet is the Halibut capital of the world where these "Barn Doors" can attain weights of over 400 pounds! Many fish caught exceed 100 and 200 pounds. The average Halibut in the Inlet runs between 20 and 40 pounds. To many, there is no more delicious and finely textured flesh than that of the Pacific Halibut. Slow grilled to perfection on the barbecue is a little bit of heaven!
For reservations or additional information
Please contact us at:
PO Box 4273 Soldotna, Alaska 99669
Summer (May -
360-371-8973 Winter (Oct - April)
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