Seward AK Fishing
Alaska fishing at it's best!
Seward, Alaska is located on the Kenai Peninsula at the southeastern portion of Resurrection Bay. The fishing off the coast of Seward, in both Resurrection Bay and the Gulf of Alaska, is some of the finest in Alaska with outstanding fishing for giant, barn-door halibut, mean and hard-fighting ling cod, feisty rockfish, and king, pink and silver salmon. Add some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world and you have the recipe for an unforgettable fishing adventure.
Seward hosts several tournaments and derbies throughout the fishing season including the famed Halibut Derby in June with a whopping $10,000 prize for the largest halibut of the month, and daily prizes of a free fishing day the following year for the largest catch of the day. August is time for the Silver Salmon Derby with $10,000 going to the largest overall catch, $5,000 for second place, and many other daily prizes. These derbies, hosted by the City of Seward, are a huge draw and promise some of the most exciting and fun fishing action in the world.
Our main specialty is fishing for trophy Pacific halibut. With our years of experience fishing for halibut, we know exactly where and when to target this monster fish. We pride ourselves in catches upwards of 200-300 pounds, promising an exciting adventure for any angler!
During the summer salmon run the fishing for silver salmon, king salmon, and pink salmon in Seward is second to none. Multiple strikes, hard fights, and thrilling action from morning till night are what define the salmon season in Seward. The salmon season attracts thousands of anglers from around the world, so be sure to book your Seward, Alaska fishing adventure early.
The fishing season for most of Seward’s sport fish species runs between May and December, with the hottest action in the summer months, from June to September. Although warmer than other parts of Alaska, even in summer, the weather in Seward can be chilly. On the water we suggest dressing in layers to be prepared for any weather condition. Book now »