Charter Fishing in Alaska

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Seward, Alaska

Charter Fishing in Alaska Seward Reviews

skimonty83 skimonty…
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Great Charter company Jul 28, 2009
Fishing with charters in Alaska are going to be expensive. Especially deep sea fishing for Halibut. But if you have the right charter, its worth it. Crackerjack is a little more expensive than the other charters going out of Seward but the reward is definately there. With a group of 14 on our boat everyone would hit their limit of Halibut and Lingcod, a total of 56 fish. The captain takes you out looking for the "monsters" (100lbs +)and then to get "chickens" (good eating, 35 lbs). Your success in the water is their major concern. They know how much it costs and they know they are making memories. They take it serious. After returning to the docks and hearing other people talk about getting a couple fish and not being totally satisfied, I definitely felt good about spending the extra money for a good experience.
Crackerjack Voyager boat
100 lbs catch
1/4 of our catch for the day. Wil…
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skimonty83 says:
That is the truth! These guys cost a little more money but we had great success. I just went fishing in Costa Rica, they were a bit cheaper and we came back with only one fish.
Posted on: May 24, 2011
garfieldlogan says:
The way I feel about it is that you really just get what you pay for. You might get lucky if you go fishing on your own, but a charter is going to know exactly where to go and when. I took my friend on a southeast alaska fishing charter for his first time this last month, and he's totally hooked. He keeps asking when we are going to plan another trip up there.
Posted on: May 24, 2011
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