One of the main reasons discerning anglers choose Jimmie Jack [...]
Although summer seems to be the most popular season for fishing, fall in Alaska presents an assortment of perks to eager anglers. Besides a few peak runs for some species in July and August, autumn is still one of the best times to target salmon and trout on the Kenai River. Moreover, halibut fishing on the Cook Inlet can be productive through September and sometimes into October.
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.
Our team here at Jimmie Jack Fishing has a culture of excellence, preparedness, punctuality, and professionalism. I meet so many guests every season who voluntarily tell me that my team is absolutely amazing. I believe that our culture attracts great people because great people love to be on a team that exudes excellence.
For most anglers, the words Alaska and king salmon are almost synonymous. As the largest of Alaska's five native salmon species, the king—a.k.a. Chinook salmon— has become a highly coveted trophy. The only thing better than venturing to the best place for salmon fishing in Alaska is doing so with one of Jimmie Jack's Kasilof fishing guides. Combine your grit and determination with their unrivaled know-how to produce the most exciting fishing trip of your life!
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.
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.
When you stay at Jimmie Jack’s Alaska Fishing Lodge, you’ll be met with perfect accommodations, as well as plenty of opportunities for fishing. Each stay at Jimmie Jack’s will include fishing excursions, and you can choose between a stay at their Original Alaska Lodge or their Seascape Lodge. A stay here is sure to be an adventure and the vacation of a lifetime, but it won’t just be your average getaway. Here is everything you need to know before booking your stay with Jimmie Jack’s.
Expert anglers know that depending on what species of fish you’re trying to catch, the types of fishing boats that you should use varies. The boat can be just as important in your success in catching the fish as the method you use and the time in the season that you go on your fishing trips.
Arguably one of the most well-known rivers in the great Alaskan wilderness, the Kenai River is home to the largest annual Chinook salmon run. Anglers come from far and wide to experience this incredible river. If you need any more reason to join our fishing charters on a Kenai River Alaska fishing adventure, here are a few remarkable Kenai River facts.