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COVID 19 UPDATES ON FB PAGE. Alaska is 100% open for business, for new mandates, google Gov. Dunleavy, look up mandate 010, for newest information on testing and visitor requirements. Charter vessel anglers may keep one fish of any size per day and one fish that is no more than 32 inches in length. Charter vessel anglers are not subject to an annual limit on the number of halibut they retain. Anglers are no longer required to record halibut caught on charter vessel fishing trips in Area 3A on the back of the fishing license or a harvest record card.
Charter vessel anglers may catch and retain halibut on all days of the week. 

These revised regulations will remain in effect through the 2020 fishing season.The final rule that implements these regulations is forthcoming and will be published in the Federal Register.  In addition to these revised regulations, all other halibut sport fishing regulations remain unchanged.

Current Affair Charters

Peak Season              25 Jun-24 Aug

My New Boat


Halibut Fishing charter fishing

With 17 years in the business, we can show you that some of the best halibut and salmon fishing is right here in Seward, Alaska.  We run charter fishing, halibut fishing and sightseeing (including calving glacier) trips from 1 May thru 30 Sep.

During peak season, we mainly run combination trips. Want a single species only, you can buy out the boat for your group (up to 6 people), or 4 minimum people on certain trips/days, check pricing page.

Just purchased a 30 ft. Blackfeather Catamaran for comfort and speed. She will be running the 2020 Season. Want a custom trip? Buy out the boat/Exclusive/Private trip for your group ONLY, up to 6 people.

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