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.