Where is the best fishing for halibut?
The answer to that question is simple, Alaska! Don’t just believe us though, just ask the International Game Fish Association! Alaska holds the record in every IGFA category for Pacific Halibut, except one!
Where are the largest halibut caught in Alaska?
The record for the largest Alaskan sport-caught halibut goes to a 459-pound giant that was angled in Unalaska Bay in 1996. In July 2014, a 482-pound halibut was caught in Glacier Bay, Alaska.
How much is a halibut fishing trip in Alaska?
Our fishing charters range from $275 – $450/person depending on the length and type of trip. However, the average cost of a guided Alaskan fishing trip is $375/person plus tax. We offer ¾ day halibut fishing, full day halibut, salmon, combination and multispecies trips.