Fish on Alaska!

 

PENINSULA Sport Fishing EXPERIENCE

2 Days on the Water & 1 Nights Stay at the Adventure Station Lodge From ( $795pp + Tax’s & Fee’s ) Based on Double Occupancy

 

Deep Sea Halibut Fishing

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ESSENTIAL DETAILS - Seward

Duration : 12 Hours

Departure Time: 6am

Not Included: Fishing License

Seward’s abundance of wild fish species draw anglers to test their skills in the deep cold waters off of the Alaska’s coast. King Salmon (Chinook), Red Salmon (Sockeye) , Silver Salmon (Coho), Ling Cod, Rock Fish, and world famous Alaskan Halibut (Pacific Halibut) are just some of the species you can find in these water. 

You will be boarding your Halibut fishing charter in Sewards small boat harbor, then sit back and relax and enjoy the wildlife and scenery viewing experience as you commute to the fishing grounds. The captain and crew are all passionate fishermen and work hard to to put you right on top of the nicest fish that they can.

Some of our guests have caught and eaten their wild Alaskan seafood all in the same day.  Depending on what you were prefer done with your fish fillets, we can offer insider information on processing, packaging, and shipping right  to your front door.

THE DRIFT BOAT RIVER FISHING EXPERIENCE

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ESSENTIAL DETAILS - Cooper Landing

Duration : 8 Hours

Not Included: Fishing License

Minimum Age: N/A

There is perhaps no more relaxing adventure in Alaska than fishing from a drift boat. Drift boat fishing is an excellent way to enjoy Alaskan fishing and scenery. Our fleet is comprised of constructed by a manufacturer in Oregon. Our boats are sized at 20’ x 72″ a size that allows plenty of stability and maneuverability while navigating along the waters. The boat’s interior includes four seats for clients, a rowing seat for our guides and additional space for gear and moving about. Your guide will float you down river quietly over sections containing the largest number of fish. The best way to fish in Alaska!

Drift river fishing takes place primarily out of the riverside town of Cooper Landing or Sterling. Transportation from Seward to the fishing location is not provided so a car is needed. Cooper Landing is a scenic 1 Hour drive from Seward and boasts some of the bluest glacier waters on the Kenai Peninsula.