The Cook Inlet boasts Alaska’s fishing at it’s finest! I’d challenge an angler to call us and tell us where they’d caught more variety and bigger species of fish in the same outing (so I can visit and do the same!). Homer is known as “the Halibut Capital of the World” but the fact is we have multiple species of Salmon in our fresh and salt waters all year long! The key to the freshest tasting Salmon is to catch them in the saltwater before their run begins where their marbled fat content and their ‘wild caught’ taste are complemented by perfect coloring. The most notorious and sought out King Salmon spend their youth voraciously feeding in our Bays to fatten up for future river spawning.
Local Halibut/Salmon Combo
Shoulder Season: $350
Peak Season Memorial Day – Labor Day: $375
This year we’ve caught a some trophy Ivory Salmon that are amazing in flavor. Collecting both your limit of Halibut and Salmon on our Charters ensures you go home a trophy angler and it is the goal we set for each and every launch!
HALIBUT FISHING LIMITS
2021 Halibut Regulations:
Two-fish daily bag limit with one fish of any size and a second fish less than or equal to 32 inches, Wednesdays closed to retention of halibut. NO Annual Limit! We will still be fishing for salmon every Wednesday. Just bring your fishing license, warm clothing, lunch, and be prepared for an arm and shoulder workout; large Halibut tend to get a little angry! Bait, tackle, and state of the art gear provided. NO fuel surcharges or hidden fees here and we’ll fillet your catch!
SALMON FISHING LIMITS
Daily King Salmon:
1-2 per day depending on the zone we are fishing.
King (Chinook) Salmon:
April through September: 5 per season. Peak season for these larger spawning salmon runs from May through the middle of July. However we catch Kings all year long. There is no annual limit October through March. Homer’s Annual Winter King Derby held in the last weekend of March.
Daily Silver (Coho) Salmon:
No seasonal limit, but there is a daily limit of 3. Silver salmon are more mild tasting than King Salmon, but they’re filled with fight and a blast to catch. There is some overlap with Silver and King Runs. The King Salmon run from late Spring to mid summer. The Silver Salmon begin their run in Late July and continue through August. With the saltwater hosting feeding grounds for multiple species of Salmon and the runs being entirely up to the fish and water dynamics, we enjoy fishing Salmon (of all varieties) year round.
Daily Max Salmon:
6 total salmon per day with no more than 2 being King Salmon and no more than 3 being Silver Salmon.