An avid angler and her guide display a massive king salmon during the Alaskan fishing season.If you’ve never had a chance to enjoy the Alaska fishing season, you may want to consider an early-summer arrival. We know all too well that the winter months can be somewhat dull for anglers who don’t have access to or aren’t thrilled about ice fishing. All you can think about is casting in open water while seeking out elusive game fish. By the time you read this, the Alaska winter will be over—or close to it—and we’ll soon be welcoming visitors hoping to get a jumpstart on landing an early king salmon, halibut, or rainbow trout. At Jimmie Jack Fishing, we understand that some people may be apprehensive about jumping the gun, so we’d like to share with you a few reasons for booking your Alaska fishing guides for an early-season excursion. 

Early Season Starts with Planning Now

Understandably, you may not be thinking about summer at this moment. Still, there are several advantages to getting ahead of other anglers by booking your stay at our Alaska fishing lodge for the early runs. Not only will there be fewer anglers and other outdoor enthusiasts, but you’ll also have first dibs on king salmon, halibut, and rainbow trout. So while your buddies who booked later are chomping for a taste of the action, you’ll be reeling monsters! Even if you can’t make it for the earliest part of the Alaska fishing season, booking sooner than later will always be to your advantage. 

Alaska Fishing Season on the Kenai Peninsula

Anyone who has had the opportunity to go fishing on the Kenai Peninsula and its pristine waters will tell you it’s a trip of a lifetime. Many Alaska fishing lodges offer varying degrees of knowledge and accommodations, so we make it a point to stand out from the competition, and our early-season offerings are no exception. Whether you want to chase halibut in the Cook Inlet and trophy king salmon on the Kasilof and Kenai Rivers in May, rainbow trout in mid-June, or a wide variety of day trip charter options including rockfish throughout June, Jimmie Jack has you covered!

Alaska Fishing Charters and Lodges on the Kenai Peninsula

A happy fisherman holds up a massive halibut while enjoying an Alaska fishing charter trip.Choosing the right fishing lodge in Alaska involves much more consideration than finding a place to stay. If you’re searching for guides that offer an unrivaled experience and firsthand knowledge of the Kenai Peninsula and its renowned waterways, then you need to put Jimmie Jack Fishing on your finalist sheet. The Alaskan fishing season is something every avid angler should experience before they die, so why not do so at one of the best lodges in the “Last Frontier?” Be sure to check out our best time to fish page for more insight into heading north to start your summer. To learn more or to make reservations, please reach out to us online or call 907-262-5561 today!