The most efficient route into the Kenai Peninsula’s vast wilderness is via floatplane. Simply put, our fly-in fishing trips will bring you to some of the most pristine locations in Alaska. Not only will you find incredible salmon and trout fishing, but you’ll also immerse yourself in nature’s bounty.
Winter is in full swing, and many outdoor enthusiasts are contemplating their future fishing agenda as far ahead as the next two seasons. If that’s you, you may want to consider a trip to “The Last Frontier.” Although Jimmie Jack’s Fishing is a premier salmon destination, we also have access to some of the best Alaska trophy rainbow trout fishing.
In addition to world-class freshwater salmon fishing, Jimmie Jack Fishing specializes in charter fishing from Seward and Homer, Alaska. As much as we love hitting the rivers, there’s something special about spending time on the ocean. We’ll get out early in search of various species like rockfish, lingcod, halibut, and salmon, depending on the time of the year.
As a popular and intriguing angling adventure, fishing for halibut [...]
Overlooking the Cook Inlet and boasting easy access to the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers, Jimmie Jack Fishing offers some of the best angling experiences on the Kenai Peninsula. Anyone interested in an Alaska fishing trip will find seemingly endless possibilities, from salmon and trout to halibut, rockfish, and lingcod.
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.
One of the main reasons discerning anglers choose Jimmie Jack [...]
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.
Few things are more identifiable with Alaska than coho salmon. Coho salmon (also known as silver salmon) is a species native to the Pacific northwest. Nicknamed the "fall prince of salmon," Coho is the most popular sport fish in the northwest, possibly in the world. The average weight of a silver salmon is seven to eleven pounds.
When it comes to Alaskan fishing adventures, it is no [...]