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.
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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!
Have you finally decided to act on the bucket list fishing trip that you’ve always dreamed of? After all, you only live once, so why put this amazing adventure off any longer? When it comes to your bucket list, there’s no better place to fish than the waters of Ketchikan, Alaska.
Halibut fishing is among the most popular types of fishing in Alaska. At Anglers Adventures & Outfitters, we want to make your halibut fishing trip the experience of a lifetime. Anglers Adventures & Outfitters offers private and guided halibut fishing charters requiring a full day and even multi-day excursions.
Looking for the best Halibut fishing in the area? Consider a fishing charter at Anglers Adventures & Outfitters. Create lasting memories and go enjoy the remarkable wonders of Halibut sport fishing with an experienced expert and captain.
Halibut are plentiful in the marine waters of Alaska and are a favorite catch for those who love to fish. They are the largest of the flatfishes with females weighing in at upwards of 400 lbs. Male halibut are generally smaller than female, most weighing less, under 100 lbs.