Halibut charters in Seward Alaska give you a full and exciting fishing experience whether you are a beginner or an expert. You can get half-day or full-day charters, overnight ones, or combination charters for halibut along with salmon, lingcod, and rockfish. There are also occasional fishing tournaments in which you could take part.
What is Supplied?
When you book a charter, everything is supplied: bait, tackle, rods, reels, lessons by the helpful crew on how to catch the fish, and more. The crew will even net and gaff the fish, filet it, and bag it.
How Much Charter Experience and Excellent Equipment?
Those dedicated captains and crew members know the unique locations where they have had exceptional fishing success. A quality fishing charter has state-of-the-art and specifically designed boats for saltwater fishing, which are also equipped with the latest fish finding, safety, and navigation equipment.
Why Choose Seward?
Seward is said to be Alaska’s Favorite Seaside Town. The United States purchased the mostly uninhabited territory in 1867 from Russia at a cost of $7.2 million dollars, which was 586,000 acres at a little over 2.5 cents per acre! Becoming a territory and the Klondike Gold Rush and later growth after World War II changed all that. Statehood in 1959 was the most helpful change of all because the Federal Government brought housing, education, and transportation.
Being situated on Resurrection Bay on Kenai Peninsula’s southeastern tip, ferry lines and cruise ships use Seward in stopovers for passengers who can travel around Alaska by the Inside Passage. Dockings of more than 100 cruise ships occur in May through September, and the Alaska Marine Highway is available all year.
You can climb a 3,022 foot path to the top of Mt. Marathon in the Kenai Fjords National Park. The town stages a race up and down the mountain during each Fourth of July. The Harding Ice field, from the Ice Age, is recognized as the largest ice field that is entirely within United States borders.
Fishing is the Largest Attraction
The Gulf of Alaska and the Resurrection Bay have some of the best world-class fishing, and their annual Silver Salmon Derby is the richest and largest in all of Alaska.
The Chamber of Commerce website offers a free guide on where to stay or camp, more information on fishing charters in one of the finest fisheries left on Earth, what apparel to bring, travel by water taxis or flights or dogsleds, tours, restaurants, shopping, where to see frontier town buildings and a natural collection of marine mammals, and much more.