Alaska Fishing Charters, Seward Alaska

ProFish-n-Sea Alaska Fishing Charter Fishing, Alaska Fishing Guide

WINNER!

2011 Seward Halibut Tournament

Fish: 247 lbs.

Angler: Scott Cawiezell

Capt. Woody Wedin

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June 27, 2011 - Captain Woody Wedin and angler Scott Cawiezell with the winning fish in the 2011 Seward Halibut Tournament, which weighed in at a whopping 247 pounds.
Click to enlarge June 27, 2011 - Captain Woody Wedin and angler Scott Cawiezell with the winning fish in the 2011 Seward Halibut Tournament, which weighed in at a whopping 247 pounds.

Alaska Fishing

A special breed of angler flocks to this nook of the world, where Alaska fishing lore is born. Legendary tales boast of salmon runs so thick you can walk across their backs, halibut so huge they're called "barn-doors", and bottom-fish so plentiful that fishing for them is "catching". Many anglers dream of the day they can experience their exhilarating Alaska fishing trip firsthand. Living your dream of fishing in Alaska doesn't have to wait any longer. It's easier than you think.

Alaska Fishing Trips

ProFish-n-Sea Charters, located in Seward, Alaska, will take you on a truly unique Alaska fishing trip to experience an unforgettable day of Alaska halibut fishing or Alaska salmon fishing. Our charters venture into the most pristine marine ecosystem on Earth, an amazing world teeming with birds, whales, sealions, porpoises, and all the fish that call this rugged habitat their home. Safely and successfully fishing these waters is our business. Captain Steve Zernia and the fun, friendly crews at ProFish-n-Sea are dedicated Alaskan fishermen with extensive local knowledge and many years on the water. We operate seaworthy, state-of-the-art vessels loaded with safety equipment and the finest fishing tackle available. Our vessels are some of the newest and fastest in the fleet. If you are looking for the ultimate Alaska fishing adventure, look no further.

The ProFish-n-Sea crew releases an estimated 350+ pound halibut.
Click to enlarge The ProFish-n-Sea crew releases an estimated 350+ pound halibut.

Alaska Halibut Fishing

For many fishermen around the world, a successful fishing trip is measured in bites or hookups. In Alaska, halibut fishing success is measured in pounds - sometimes hundreds of pounds! Our crews are experts at Alaska halibut fishing and will teach you how to win the battle with a "barn-door" halibut. Alaskan Halibut are stealthy flat-fish that can quickly test the tackle's strength and the angler's determination. From feeling the first bite, to the pole-bending hookup, and all the way to the gaff, we will guide you every step of the way.

Halibut Fishing Outlook for 2014

We have heard from many clients asking if the bag limit has been changed in our area (3A). For 2014 the halibut bag limit remains at two fish per person/day, but one of the two will be restricted to 29 inches or less. We are calling this the "Chicken Rule" since a 29" halibut is roughly the size we catch at a chicken hole - 12 lbs. or less. Although we never like new regulations, we see this change as much more favorable than a 1 fish bag limit and/or other restrictions which had been proposed.

Biologists are seeing changes in the halibut biomass showing high numbers of small fish which are not maturing as quickly as they have historically. The average size of sport-caught halibut has been trending down for the last several years reflecting this change. From our observations, in the last two years we have seen an increase in the number of medium sized fish (30 - 60lb.). We are hoping this bodes well for the resource and our clients in 2014.

Catching an ocean-bright King Salmon is a highlight for any angler regardless of experience.
Click to enlarge Catching an ocean-bright King Salmon is a highlight for any angler regardless of experience.

Alaska Salmon Fishing

In our frigid Alaskan waters, salmon are in their prime as they school in the ocean preparing to enter rivers on their quest to spawn. Our Seward, Alaska salmon fishing charters specialize in catching these shiny acrobatic fish in the saltwater while they are at their prime. Alaskan salmon feed aggressively and fight ferociously with quick darts, acrobatic leaps, and dazzling speed. Salmon fishing in Seward is the absolute highlight for many anglers on their Alaska fishing vacation. We are on the water daily and know how to make your Alaska salmon fishing trip a success. Experience the thrill of catching these hard fighting fish on light tackle it is surely a memory in the making.

Seasons for catching salmon in Seward vary by species. The largest run of salmon in the Seward area are Silvers (Coho). The silvers show up in numbers by the first of July and continue to run through the end of August. During this time it's also possible to catch a King (Chinook) Salmon, however our best fishing for Kings takes place during the month of June. In June we often troll for kings as part of our combo trips. We also offer full-day trips specifically to target King Salmon.





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