4 Hr. Halibut Charter (4+ People)
- Duration: 5 Hours (approx.)
- Location: Ketchikan, AK
- Product code: 4HRHALIBUT
4 Hr. Halibut Charter (4+ People) Private Charter, We Will Not Add Anyone To Your Charter.
Alaska Strike Zone Sportfishing is located at Knudson Cove Marina. Please expect about a 15 minute boat ride to the halibut ground. Once there, your Captain will anchor and you will start fishing for Halibut and several species of Rockfish including Lingcod and Yelloweye Rockfish.
Ground Transportation: We will meet your party on the docks as close to your ship as possible. Please have your cellphone available should we need to locate your group. Look for a white, Ford 15 Passenger van with Strike Zone markings. Knudson Cove Marina is a scenic 20 minute drive north of Ketchikan.
Complimentary: Bottle water, coffee, sodas & a light salmon snack with crackers is complimentary. We provide quality rain gear for our Guests, should it be raining. Our boats have a private marine toilet for your comfort, and an enclosed cabin. You are welcome to bring your own food & drinks. Alcohol is permitted and can be purchased at the marina after 8:00am.
Fishing License: Anyone the age of 16 and older is required to purchase a fishing license at $25 each.If you are salmon fishing in the months of May - July, you will also need to purchase a King Salmon stamp at $15 each. Your Captain will issue your license on the boat.
Cash only as we do not have credit card machines on the boat.
Shipping your catch: (USA & Canada Only) All processing and shipping is through our 3rd party vendor: Cedar’s Lodge. Price varies depending on finished weight shipped. Price range from $9.00 to $12.00 per lb – includes all processing & shipping via FedEx (overnight) to your home. A dock representative will meet you at the end of your trip to answer additional questions with processing and shipping.
Fish & Game Notice: Yellow eye rockfish and quill back rockfish are closed for the 2020 season due to Alaska Fish & Game orders. Any of these fish caught during your charter will have to be released. For more information see Fish & Game News Release.