A smiling angler holding large salmon while fishing on the Cook Inlet.Fishing off the coast of Alaska is an exciting endeavor every serious angler should consider. One of the state’s most productive waters, the Cook Inlet, is teeming with a wide variety of saltwater targets. There’s nothing like trolling along the open ocean searching for halibut, salmon, and other desirable species with snowcapped mountains in the background. Very few places can illustrate Alaska’s beauty, like the Cook Inlet. And for those wishing to experience an angling adventure of a lifetime, Jimmy Jack’s Fishing invites you to The SeaScape Lodge, situated on the inlet’s bluffs. But before you start packing, we’ll share a few things you didn’t know about our beloved fishery.

Cook Inlet Fishing Charters: Halibut, Salmon, and More!

One of the most appealing aspects of the SeaScape Lodge is its centralized location on the Kenai Peninsula. As you’ll soon find out, our coastal waters are known for excellent halibut and salmon fishing, but that’s not the whole story. The moment you get on the boat, you’ll understand what we mean. Until then, here are ten things you didn’t know about the Cook Inlet.

  • British explorer James Cook entered the inlet while searching for the Northwest Passage. It was later named after him by George Vancouver, his subordinate.
  • It is sometimes referred to as “Cook’s Inlet.”
  • Alaska’s largest city, Anchorage, resides in its northern reaches.
  • It stretches 180 miles from Anchorage to the Gulf of Alaska.
  • Many of the Kenai, Alaska, residents rely on the fishing industry that the inlet sustains.
  • It contains massive oil and gas deposits.
  • Beluga whales living there are genetically distinct from those worldwide.
  • Nearly all freight entering Alaska is transported via the Cook Inlet.
  • It has an astonishing 50,000-mile watershed.
  • The surrounding region contains active volcanoes.

World-Class All-Inclusive Fishing Charter Packages

Seascape vacation homesNow that you have a little background on the Cook Inlet, you’ll have a greater appreciation for fishing on it. If you want a world-class fishing charter with over 20 years of experience, look no further than Jimmie Jack Fishing! To find out more or book your reservation, please get in touch with us online or call 907-262-5561.