Halibut Charters Homer Alaska

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The halibut charters Homer Alaska provides are abundant and lavish, so it may get confusing on deciding which one to choose. Therefore, we’ve provided photos and videos on our guests experiences to help you get a feel of what it’s like to be on the F/V Game Changer or Blackjack. Rest assured, you will be in good hands.

The halibut charters Homer Alaska has to offer are sought from fisherman all over the world, and the many reasons why are reflected in the photos. Please enjoy these fishing photos and videos of our guests and crew on board with Big Dan’s Fishing. Our excursions are fit for families, couples, buddies, or large groups. Alternatively, if you are flying solo we are happy to match you up with a group so you don’t have to miss out on catching all the fish.

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The state allows anglers on chartered fishing trips to retain 4 halibut annually. Your daily limit is 2 halibut with one being over 28 inches, the other being under. Additionally, chartered boats are not allowed to fish Halibut on Wednesdays. Rockfish limit is 5 per person. Ling Cod opener is July 1. Lingcod limit is up to 2 per person depending on the area fished and based on current regulations made by ADFG.

Before you embark on our fishing charter in our great state with us, we recommend you purchase your required Alaska Fishing License. In Alaska, a license is required to participate in sport, commercial, and personal use fishing; and sport fish guiding or hunting guiding. A number of different licenses are available at different prices for residents, non-residents, members of the military, and residents who are Disabled Veterans or who are age 60 or older. Most licenses, as well as a King Salmon stamp, can be purchased online along with any local retailer store.

happy angler with his large halibut in homer alaska