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Enjoy Soldotna Alaska, United States by boat! Rent a 13' Jon Boat for up to 2 people. Rates as low as $985 per person. Other rates available below: Rates: • 3 Days Fishing / 4 Nights Lodging: $985 • 4 Days Fishing / 5 Nights Lodging: $1275 • 5 Days Fishing / 6 Nights Lodging: $1565 • 6 Days Fishing / 7 Nights Lodging: $1855 Substitution Options: • Upper Kenai River Trout Trip or Pacific Halibut: Add $75 • Fly-out Salmon Trip: Add $175 • Salmon Power Day Fishing (12 hours.): Add $75 per day Note: Custom Packages are Available What You Can Expect: Our area of Cook Inlet is much closer to our fishing grounds than charter boats out of Homer or Seward. Our travel time by boat is usually 30 to 60 minutes, whereas other areas on the Kenai Peninsula average 2 to 3 hours travel time before they start fishing. We provide quality rods and reels and all the bait you will need; your professional licensed captain will assist even the novice angler in having a memorable experience. Pacific halibut are a very strange and mysterious bottom fish. They are the largest members of the flounder family averaging 10 to 100 pounds in Cook Inlet, with numerous fish ranging between 100 and 300 pounds caught each season. They look like a flat fish with a white bottomside and a dark brown topside which carries their eyes. They have ravenous appetites which make them eager customers for your bait. It is a typical catch for every angler to take their two fish limit on our charters. You can release any size fish you desire, and actually the "chicken halibut" (10-30 lbs.) produce some of the best dining experiences. In fact, if you don't care to eat fish but enjoy good chicken, then you are an excellent candidate for these mouth-watering fillets. A fresh halibut dinner is tough to beat! If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
On the world famous Kenai River some people catch Alaska salmon that outweigh their own body weight. The largest race of king salmon known in the world enters the glacial, turquoise waters of the Kenai River each year. The present sports fishing world record for king salmon was set on May 17, 1985, on the Kenai River and now stands at 97 lbs. 4 ozs. that giant salmon was not alone that day in the Kenai because our Alaska salmon fishing guide service landed an 85-pound salmon that same morning. Our guests have over the years taken hundreds of giant Kenai king salmon over 50 pounds on our guided sportfishing trips.
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