Homer, Alaska Fishing Charters: Halibut Combo Fishing Trips

Homer, Alaska fishing charters are great year around, but we especially enjoy halibut combo fishing trips where we target halibut and another species of interest depending on time of year and regulations. For example during certain times in the season, we split the day between trolling for salmon and jigging for halibut or we might be targeting halibut and Pacific cod. This full day charter takes you out to choice fishing locations traveling between 30-50 miles out of Homer. Our captains will use their expert skills to put you on some nice size fish. Whatever your fishing experience level, both captains are great with teaching how to fish properly for these species. There are different techniques to fish bottom-feeding halibut and saltwater salmon. If you take their advice your chances of catching increases, and the more nice fish you’re catching, the more memorable it can be.

We offer this fishing trip two different times during the year. In May and June, the king salmon are making their way to the rivers while feeder kings are present year round. Subsequently, July through September, the silver salmon come in. Pink salmon come into the waters every other year. These Homer Alaska fishing charters are available on both the Double Down and the Game Changer.

Alaska Halibut and Salmon Fishing Trips Reviews


Alaska State Fishing Regulations

Before embarking on our Homer fishing trips, you must obtain the 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. Licenses are available 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 or you can find them at local retailers. It also should be noted that based on the current regulations ADF&G, the daily halibut limit is one ANY size and one under 28 inches. Additionally, chartered boats are not allowed to fish halibut on Wednesdays.