Halibut & Salmon Combo

  • Cook Inlet Halibut and King Salmon
  • Safe, Professional Captain
  • Fully Guided Fishing Charter
  • 5-7 Hours
  • All Tackle and Bait
  • Exclusive Boat Limited to 6 Anglers
  • Filleting of Your Catch
  • $325pp, May 15 – June 15 Only
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The Jimmie Jack Fishing Company also specializes in Halibut and King Salmon combo fishing in Cook Inlet, one of the most productive halibut fisheries in the world. Our saltwater fishing charter boat is a 33′ cabin cruiser with a heated, enclosed cabin and a private head (bathroom). A wide beam gives this boat a very stable fishing platform with a deep V hull for a comfortable ride.We are powered with twin Yamaha outboards to get you to the fish fast! Our boat is equipped with state of the art electronics for fish location, navigation and communication. GPS chart plotters make it easy to stay on the fish and navigate in poor visibility. VHF radios are equipped with scramblers to keep our captain one step ahead of the competition. Our boat is one of the fastest in the fleet, putting you at the best fishing grounds within an hour of the launch. Six people can fish very comfortably aboard our boat and we will take no more than six at a time. You will have a coast guard licensed captain with years of local fishing experience as your guide. He enjoys his work and has the drive and expertise to put you on quality fish. You will fish for King Salmon either before or after your halibut trip, depending on the tide that day.

Halibut – The Cook Inlet has the second largest tides in the world so we schedule our fishing around the tide, making some trips longer than others. This is the reason trips start at different times daily. Halibut average between 20-40 pounds with many over the 100# mark being caught weekly and a handful over 200-250# each season. The limit on halibut is 2 per person and we limit out about 90% of the time.

King Salmon – In May and early June, we can intercept the first run of kings in the saltwater of Cook Inlet as they migrate toward their home rivers. This type of trip, known locally as a combo trip, is done by trolling about 2 to 3 hours in conjunction with a halibut trip. The angry fight and arm-numbing strength of a king salmon in saltwater will provide memories for a lifetime.

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