Alaskan Fishing Charter Pricing
Charter Pricing for 2024
Our fishing charters range from $310 – $485/person depending on the length and type of trip. However, the average cost of a guided Alaskan fishing trip is $400/person plus tax. We offer ¾ day halibut fishing, full day halibut, salmon, combination and multispecies trips. Please review our pricing below and feel free to contact us with any questions.
While we do our best to avoid it, there may be a fuel surcharge added depending on current fuel prices.
|56' Ultimate - 2024 Rates
|3/4 Day Halibut Charter
|Kids (15 & under)
|Full Day Halibut Charter
|Kids (15 & under)
|6-Passenger - 2024 Rates
|Full Day Charters
|Combo (2 species)
|Multi Species (3 species)
|All prices are plus $7.85% sales tax
|Book Your Trip
Cost & Price FAQ
Any remaining balances will be charged in full 2 weeks prior to your trip date.
- Cancellation within 30 days of the trip will forfeit the 50% deposit.
- Cancellation within 2 weeks of the trip will forfeit the full amount.
Customers will receive a full refund if we cancel the trip due to inclement weather or mechanical issues.
Weather cancellations are per the captains discretion and happen the morning of the trip.
If weather prevents us from fishing all targeted species, customers will receive a refund for that portion of the trip.
Fishing License Cost
Fishing licenses will need to be purchased for your fishing charter. There are several license options available for non-residents, including 1, 3, 7 and 14 day licenses. A king salmon stamp will also be required if targeting salmon on your trip. Fishing licenses cost $15 – $75 and king stamps range from $15 – $75, dependent on the number of days on your license. Prices listed are ADF&G 2023 rates, we will update once 2024 rates are released.
Alaska fishing license or harvest card if 15 & under.
Buy your fishing license online here!
Flights & Lodging
Our main airport hub is in Anchorage, Alaska. From here you can either fly directly down to Homer on a 50 minute flight or drive down from Anchorage. There are limited car rentals in Homer, so renting and driving down from Anchorage tends to be the best option. The drive down is scenic and beautiful. Please plan on a minimum of 4.5 – 5 hour drive time and that’s without any road construction or being stuck behind RVs. Giving yourself a down day between travel and fishing is recommended, it’s a long flight and a long drive and it’s most enjoyable to be well rested and refreshed for a full day on the water.
For lodging, there are lots of options on Airbnb and VRBO. There are also a few hotels, but the cost is comparable to Airbnb and without the luxury of your own kitchen to make some of your meals at home. We’re always happy to help with recommendations, feel free to give us a call!
Here’s a great, spacious Airbnb that just opened its summer availability up for 2024: Homer Rental!
Shipping Fish Home
We recommend Homer Fish Processing for shipping your fish home. They do an excellent job vacuum sealing and packing your catch into insulated boxes and can ship directly from their facility or have it ready for pick up. The most economical way to get your fish home is to check it as a piece of luggage on the plane. Please call Homer Fish Processing for most up to date shipping rates, (907) 235-1997.