Wild Alaskan Halibut Fishing
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Each spring, Halibut move into Alaska’s Cook Inlet to spawn and feed. They range in size from 5 to 300lbs, meaning when you drop your bait down, there’s no telling what you’re going to get.
Halibut Fishing Rates
May - august
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The biggest gamble on the Kenai Penninsula: wild Alaskan Halibut
Halibut are a favorite fish for the dinner table. Their mild white meat appeals to even the most fickle fish eaters. If you’re planning an Alaska fishing trip, a day of Halibut fishing can be a great time.
Alaskan Halibut are fairly easy to catch and the trips are usually productive. You may not exclusively get the big ones, but most likely you will catch some fish. However, Halibut fishing isn’t for everyone.
A day on the ocean can be extremely physical. Turbulent seas, heavy deep-water rods and stand-up style fishing is exhausting.
Halibut fishing in Alaska is a great experience, but it is not for everyone.