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Valuable Insights | Professional Alaska Fishing Guides

Coordinating a fishing trip to Alaska is a lot more involved than a weekend getaway to the cabin. When you consider the many variables such as weather, gear, and timing, an all-inclusive vacation is probably your best option. Still, there are a few things you’ll want to consider before hiring any Alaska fishing guide, and Jimmie Jack’s is no exception. 

High Expectations | An All-Inclusive Alaska Fishing Trip

It’s relatively uncommon to go on an all-inclusive Alaska fishing trip, so if you have the chance, make sure you do it right with Jimmie Jack Fishing! Deciding on the perfect fishing lodge can be somewhat intimidating at first, but after you learn more about the “Jimmie Jack Difference,” it quickly becomes a no-brainer!

Alaska Fishing Vacations | The Jimmie Jack Experience

At Jimmie Jack Fishing, we believe everyone should have a chance at an Alaska fishing vacation, so that’s why we’ve put together a bevy of affordable vacation packages for couples, families, and friends. A warm and inviting environment coupled with rustic yet luxurious accommodations is just the beginning.

Finding the Best Time to Visit Alaska for a Fishing Vacation

“When is the best time to visit Alaska?” Well, that is going to depend mostly on what you want to target. The bottom line is that the Kenai Peninsula and its waters offer an unrivaled experience from late May through September, but you’ll need to decide what you’ll be going after.

Bear Watching on the Kenai Peninsula

Although fishing is your primary objective at Jimmie Jack's, bear watching on the Kenai Peninsula is something you won't soon forget. Like most remote locales, the best places for viewing these majestic creatures as they roam and forage are often only accessible by floatplane or boat and are within proximity to Jimmie Jack's Fishing.

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September Fishing in Alaska with Jimmie Jack Fishing

The best part about Alaska fishing in September is that the days are still long and most of the crowds have dissipated for the season. To make things even better, silver salmon and Halibut are still sitting at their peak seasons, making September an incredible time to head up and experience the Alaskan fall in all its beauty.

Long Days, Cool Nights: June Fishing in Alaska

Fishing in Alaska happens all year round, but, if you are coming from out of state, you’ll likely be visiting in the summer, and June fishing in Alaska is hard to beat. The peak season for many species will be occurring in June, so your chance at a personal best is not out of reach. Early summer fishing in Alaska can be very rewarding and you’re about to find out why.

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