Halibut Fishing Charter in Ketchikan, Alaska

Catching a Halibut

Available most of the summer. It is a fishery that takes about two hours to get to the grounds. On a yearly basis, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game tells us the size that we can keep. You may keep one fish either below 40” or above 80” at the present time. Cruise ship passengers would need at least 8 hours in port to fish for Halibut.

You can access the regulations for Halibut fishing through the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

  • We will meet you at your ship when it arrives and depart from an adjacent dock. There are no bus rides or transfers to reach the fishing vessel.
  • Complementary smoked salmon treats, homemade cookies, fruit/vegetable tray, snacks, and hot/cold drinks are provided while onboard. All bait/tackle is provided for your trip. You will fish in calm protected waters with no ocean swells. We are US Coast Guard inspected and insured; we have over 30 years of local experience.
  • Enjoy your world class fishing adventure aboard the M/V Experience One in the comfort of a custom designed and built 36’ vessel with seating for 10 people inside the spacious heated cabin, 12’ fishing deck, and a bathroom for your comfort and convenience.
  • In the event you have a group of more than 6 guests and desire to enjoy your Alaskan experience together on the same boat, we are proud to offer you a private charter on the only vessel in Ketchikan, Alaska that is US Coast Guard inspected and certified to carry more than the standard 6-person charter.

Halibut Fishing Chart Calendar