The halibut may not be the first fish you think of when you envision an Alaskan fishing adventure, but halibut are plentiful in the area and fairly easy to catch if you are taken to the right locations. Halibut season lasts for nearly 8 months – from mid-March until mid-November, so you have a lot of flexibility when you plan a halibut fishing trip. The state record for the largest halibut ever caught is 459 lbs.
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At Anglers Adventures & Outfitters, we are no strangers to fishermen looking for a real Alaskan adventure. If you are searching for the most intense reel in of your angler career, consider halibut fishing with Anglers Adventures & Outfitters. At Anglers Adventures & Outfitters in Ketchikan, Alaska, we have everything you need to successfully reel in that prized halibut you’ve always dreamed of.
Are you Planning your 2020 Alaska Exploring Adventure. Fishing and animal watching are a specialty of Anglers Adventures & Outfitters, and we offer an exciting and safe way to explore the beauty of Alaska. Ketchikan, Alaska in 2020 is among the most beautiful places on Earth. The combination of topographic beauty, diversity of animal species, and potential for adventure simply cannot be topped by any other location in the world. Ketchikan, Alaska, offers a perfect balance of wild, untouched nature and the comforts of civilization.
Yes, Ketchikan, Alaska is known for being the Salmon capital of the world. However, let’s not forget about all the other fish in the sea. One species of game that should never be overlooked is the halibut fish. Catching halibut in Alaska is an important component to our economy and is an extremely popular sportfish that happens to also be delicious. At Anglers Adventures & Outfitters, we are proud to provide halibut sport fishing opportunities within the Alaskan waters and ready to take you on an exciting adventure. Catching halibut in Alaska is always a good time.
First time visitors to Alaska often say that breathing in the air of this beautiful state relaxes and restores them. Breathing in the air—and scenery—of Ketchikan, Alaska, can only strengthen that response because, if we do say so ourselves, it is the most beautiful part of our amazing state. Taking in these breathtaking views and beautiful scenery is made more amazing on an Angler’s Adventures Halibut Fishing Charter in Alaska.
The halibut is a prized fish in Alaska. Tens of millions of pounds of halibut are harvested in Alaska every year. They are plentiful, so there is little danger of over-fishing halibut. They are nutritious, providing a great source of protein and Omega-3 fatty acids. And, probably most appealing to novice and experienced fishing enthusiasts, even the small ones are, by the standards of the Lower 48 states, enormous. The smaller ones tend to be in the fifteen to twenty pound range, but you can also catch halibut that are five to ten times larger than that. The current Alaska state record for halibut is just under five hundred pounds!