Alaska Salmon/Rockfish Fishing
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Description

The CURRENT LADY will fish the Kachemak Bay, Cook Inlet, and Gulf of Alaska for a variety of species, including HALIBUT, SALMON, ROCKFISH, LINGCOD . This beautiful custom-built vessel is equipped with three Yamaha 425 hp outboard motors (that’s over 1200 hp!) along with some of the most sophisticated electronics and engine management systems in the fleet. She also has the Seakeeper Stabilization Gyro System which will help eliminate Sea-sickness by efficiently minimizing the side-to-side roll as much as 95%. The Seakeeper will increase your hours of effective fishing while making a huge reduction in your fatigue by the end of the day, whether from seasickness or rougher waters. Besides fishing, you will enjoy the beautiful scenery of Alaska, sea otters, puffins and other sea birds, quite possibly whales and other wildlife. Each day is a different beauty of its own. It is very important to dress in layers with a waterproof outer layer. Summer fishing conditions range from highs of sunny and 80 degrees down to rain, wind, and 45 degrees. All the layers in the world are useless if they get wet, so be sure to bring along waterproof pants and coat. Even if cheap and disposable, some form of rain-gear will still block most wind and rain. A backpack is usually sufficient for clothing, food and personal items. 8 fishing passengers max on salmon-only and salmon combo trips. 8 fishing passengers max on salmon trips. Exclusive Full-Boat single party bookings are available. Larger groups (up to 14) may be accommodated. The party booking must understand that the vessel will not fish more than 12 Halibut or Rockfish rods at a time (4 when Trolling for Salmon), so rotating through rods may be required. Please call or email for additional details on customizing your trip. Rates are per person. Rates do not include sales tax. Daily trips average 8-10 hours. A valid Alaska fishing license must be purchased prior to your trip. Additionally, you may need a King Salmon Stamp. Your fishing license must be in your possession while you are fishing. They are available on-line at the Alaska Dept of Fish & Game website. This rate is a per day rate.


Details

  • Species: Rockfish
  • Average Classification: 5 - 10
  • Shot Opportunity: 100
  • Weapon: Spin Cast
  • Hunt Catalog #: RB9847-04
  • Tag Availability: Over The Counter
Classification details:

Fisherman can be prepared to catch 5-10 lb. Rockfish measuring up to 25". 5 Rockfish can be kept per person per day. King Salmon are the biggest salmon and can as big as 58". Fisherman will also have the opportunity to catch cohoe (or silver) salmon, pink salmon, and king salmon. Fisherman is allowed to keep to halibut per day-one fish can be under 32" and the other must be over 32". 6 salmon a day can be kept.


Available Dates

June 01, 2021 - August 31, 2023


Pricing

  • Price: $560.00

Licenses and taxes not included in price. Fisherman can purchase their licenses and king salmon stamp online with Alaska Fish and Game and print before they arrive. *SOME AVAILABILITY FOR 2021, BUT IS BOOKING UP FAST!


Group Options

Option for a non-fishing companion.

Location

Kachemak Bay, Alaska, United States of America


Refund Policy:

Deposit 80% refundable 1 year prior to hunt date. 40% refundable 6 months prior to hunt date. No refunds under 6 months of the hunt date.

Description

Besides fishing, you will enjoy the beautiful scenery of Alaska, sea otters, puffins and other sea birds, quite possibly whales and other wildlife. Each day is a different beauty of its own. It is very important to dress in layers with a waterproof outer layer. Summer fishing conditions range from highs of sunny and 80 degrees down to rain, wind, and 45 degrees. All the layers in the world are useless if they get wet, so be sure to bring along waterproof pants and coat. Even if cheap and disposable, some form of rain-gear will still block most wind and rain. A backpack is usually sufficient for clothing, food and personal items. 8 fishing passengers max on salmon-only and salmon combo trips. 8 fishing passengers max on salmon trips. Exclusive Full-Boat single party bookings are available. Larger groups (up to 14) may be accommodated. The party booking must understand that the vessel will not fish more than 12 Halibut or Rockfish rods at a time (4 when Trolling for Salmon), so rotating through rods may be required. Please call or email for additional details on customizing your trip. Rates are per person. Rates do not include sales tax. Daily trips average 8-10 hours. A valid Alaska fishing license must be purchased prior to your trip. Additionally, you may need a King Salmon Stamp. Your fishing license must be in your possession while you are fishing. They are available on-line at the Alaska Dept of Fish & Game website. This rate is a per day rate.


HuntX Scale (Low 1 - 5 High)

  • Lodging & Accommodations: Client Provided/Hotel
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    Lodging & Accommodations Scale

    5 - Cabin/Lodge

    4 - Bunk House/Trailer

    3 - Wall Tent

    2 - Backpack Tent

    1 - Client Provided/Hotel

Client will be responsible to provide their own lodging. Plenty of local hotels and motels in the area close to the pier.

  • Menu & Food: Client Provided
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    Menu & Food Scale

    5 - 5 Star Catered

    4 - Full Kitchen

    3 - Field Kitchen

    2 - Backpack Food

    1 - Client Provided

Clients must pack their own food and beverages. No glass allowed.

  • Physical Conditions: All Vehicle Access
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    Physical Conditions Scale:

    5 - All Vehicle Access

    4 - Light Hiking

    3 - Moderate Hiking

    2 - Heavy Hiking

    1 - Extreme Back Country

Fisherman will be on the boat all day, so must be prepared to spend 6-8 hours on the boat.


Transportation (To/From Basecamp)

Fish out of Homer, Alaska. Customers will meet their Captain at Central Charters, 4241 Homer Spit Road on the morning of the trip.

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Description

It is very important to dress in layers with a waterproof outer layer. Summer fishing conditions range from highs of sunny and 80 degrees down to rain, wind, and 45 degrees. All the layers in the world are useless if they get wet, so be sure to bring along waterproof pants and coat. Even if cheap and disposable, some form of rain gear will still block most wind and rain. A backpack is usually sufficient for clothing, food and personal items. Food - Lunch/snacks/drinks for an 8-10 hour trip. If you wish to bring one, small coolers only please. No glass containers. AND PLEASE NO BANANAS! A smile, a positive attitude and ready for an experience of a lifetime.


What Outfitter Provides

  • USB Chargers - Are available on the boat
  • 8-10 Hours of Fishing per day

What to Bring

  • Food - Lunch/snacks/drinks for an 8-10 hour trip. If you wish to bring one, small coolers only please
  • Sunglasses
  • Rain gear
  • Clothing - Hat, gloves, coat, warm, layered clothing
  • Footwear - Waterproof rubber-soled footwear
  • Camera - Memory and batteries

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