Whether you’ve been fishing since you could hold a pole or are still learning about what it takes to be an avid angler, Jimmie Jack Fishing offers a world-class experience on the Kenai Peninsula!
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.
By now, it’s no secret that Homer, Alaska, offers some of the best halibut fishing in the world. Discerning anglers who understand what makes a world-class fishing adventure will tell you that you’re in for the trip of a lifetime with Jimmie Jack Fishing. When you first step foot upon the 35 foot Bay Weld boat for your maiden voyage, you’ll know you’re in good hands.
With a full range of all-inclusive Alaska vacation packages featuring fine dining, spacious guest rooms, and beachfront vistas, it’s apparent that Jimmie Jack and his crew have created something well beyond your typical fishing resort.
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.
As odd as it sounds, spring is just around the corner, and the crew at Jimmie Jack Fishing is already planning for eager anglers hoping to get a fresh taste of the "Last Frontier." After booking your Alaska fishing trip, we recommend using our travel packing list as a guideline for what to bring in addition to your other plans.
From fishing for salmon on the Kasilof River to dropping down for halibut, lingcod, and rockfish on the open sea, Jimmie Jack Fishing promises an amazing adventure on the beautiful Kenai Peninsula. Not all anglers are fortunate enough to say they've been on an Alaskan fishing trip, but those who have will tell you they've never looked at angling the same way again.
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.