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Mountains, Sunset, Kodiak, Ocean, Water

You may be thinking,"What's the difference?" We agree, there are A LOT of charters and guide services out there. So what is the difference? PHONE NUMBER. When you hit that "907" you're making a call to lifelong and yearlong Alaska residents. Born and raised on the waters you'll fish, we don't just show up on Memorial Day and pack our bags before the snow hits. This isn't something we do part time or in the "off-season" of our other career. Call us in the middle of  January and you'll likely find us ice fishing, snowmachining, watching the Northern Lights, or otherwise enjoying the Alaskan winter; not catching bass in our t-shirts in Texas or Florida. Here you get 24/7, 365 ALASKA. Call us at 907-227-2255 and experience the 907 difference!

Kodiak Brown Bears. Sow, cubs, boar. Mom, kids and young male

Saltwater Adventures on Kodiak Island



Private Boat For Up To 4: $1,400
Shared Boat: $375 PP

Dreamed of catching a bucket list halibut? We can take you to these highly prized fish! The boat will be yours for 8 hours! Tremendous fighters and even better tablefare, halibut are one of the most sought after fish in Alaska. These fish can be caught in waters from 25 to 1000 feet although we generally target them up to 300 ft deep. On Kodiak you'll experience halibut fishing within 15 minutes of town! No three hour boat rides to the fishing grounds, here you can catch halibut before you finish your morning coffee! !



Private Boat For Up To 4: $1,500
Shared Boat: $400 PP

Looking to add a more to your Kodiak adventure? From Memorial Day throughout September halibut and salmon roam Kodiak's crystal clear waters getting fat and tasty! Salmon and halibut are plentiful in Kodiak waters and depending on time of year you are likely to catch king, pink, and or silver salmon along with halibut! Join us today to see what Kodiak has to offer and try your hand at a variety of techniques to bring these beautiful fish to the surface! 


Private Boat For Up To 4: $1,700
Shared Boat: $450 PP

THE ULTIMATE KODIAK EXPERIENCE!! Quickly becoming Alaska's favorite offshore trip, the ultimate combo is our longest trip and offers you the most variety of fish. This trip is not for the faint of heart. Available July 1 through September, this 12 hour trip gives you the opportunity to harvest halibut, lingcod, rockfish, AND salmon! You will use different gear types and techniques in order to bring home the most variety. Different depths, different spots, and looking for lots of action, the Kodiak Ultimate Combo is tailor-made for those who want to fish non stop all day long! 

king salmon


Private Boat For Up To 4: $1,000
Shared Boat: $275PP

Looking for an action packed day on the water with cooperative fish and beautiful views? This adventure is perfect for those looking to have a little more of a hands on experience with boat loads of consistent action. Available on halibut closure days, this trip is always a blast! 


Southcentral Alaska Freshwater

Knik River King Salmon

4 Hours: $200 PP
8 Hours: $325 PP

Looking for a quick jaunt to target king salmon? Available June and part of July, the Knik River is located 30 minutes north of Anchorage and is 100% hatchery enhanced specifically for sport fisherman to catch snd keep kings! Perfect for seasoned veterans and beginners alike, the Knik is an easy going, relaxing trip on the water. The main technique is back trolling or trolling while on anchor waiting for that epic, tell-tale takedown of an Alaskan King Salmon! We also jig, drift, and cast; we'll do whatever it takes to get you hooked up on a king!


4 Hours: $150 PP
8 Hours: $275 PP

Fly fishing? Casting lures? Drifting eggs under floats? There are many ways to catch salmon and trout on the Susitna River system and you can try them all! Our main target for table fare is sockeye (red) and coho (silver) salmon. It is also very likely you will catch chum, and pink salmon as well as rainbow trout, dolly varden, and arctic grayling! Give us a jingle to learn more or check our availability at right!



The Deshka River. When open to fishing, this is the best king salmon fishing in southcentral Alasks! While this trip is catch and release only, this is not the Kenai where you will sit in the boat for maybe a bite or two in an 8-hour day. In 2022, their guests averaged 3 king salmon to the net per person per trip and their best day saw 57 king salmon to the net! You'll utilize many different techniques, from casting and retrieving plugs and spinners to power trolling, back trolling, back bouncing, and fly fishing. Discover what Alaska really is. 

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