You've probably heard the stories.
You've probably seen the pictures.
Fisherman from across the world dream of reeling in and landing a 100 pound or greater Halibut. Fishing in Alaska has even enabled a select few to land a fish up to 450 pounds.
Are you the next one to beat the records?
Are you ready to plan the trip of a lifetime?
Alaska halibut fishing is like no other fishing trip on earth.
Located in Seward, Alaska is halibut fishing at its finest! Taking a charter tour with ProFish-n-Sea Charters, enables you to have a fishing trip that you will never forget.
The professionals located on the charter know where the fish are hiding and it is their job to take you to the spot.
Some charters take their passengers to the same fishing location everyday they head on the water. However, that is not how ProFish-n-Sea Charters operates.
They take pride in Alaska halibut fishing and taking you where the fish are hiding.
Routine is not this charter's friend.
Constantly, they are looking for undiscovered locations for the biggest and best halibut fishing in Alaska. It is not unusual to find yourself near a remote island or rocky structure, where other charters dare to visit.
Whatever it takes to find the best Alaska fishing adventure.
Do you know what a shooter is when fishing in Alaska?
To the halibut fisher, a shooter is known as a fish that weighs more than 100 pounds!
Alaska halibut fishing has seen its dangerous days. The fish are flat and strong and if they are not handled properly, they can cause damage to the boat or you.
If you find a fish that is more than 100 pounds, they are typically shot with a small handgun to prevent anyone or anything from being hurt-hence the name shooter.
How would that be for a hard days work on the water?
Most halibut fishing in Alaska, typically lands a fish of around 25 pounds. Although, it is not rare to find a fish much heavier. The current record fish was caught in 1996, weighing in at 459 pounds.
There is no other charter group that will work harder for you than ProFish-n-Sea Charters. When their clients land a big halibut, it is not an accident.
They strive to keep their customers happy and for consistency in Alaska fishing.
Sure clients are happy to catch 25 pound fish, but the charter is not. They want to produce the biggest halibut while fishing in Alaska.
Each captain on the charter knows the waters like no other. They have a passion, not only for halibut fishing in Alaska, but for understanding the conditions, waters, and fish.
Without an educated and highly experienced guide your chance of catching a fish of a lifetime are by luck. With the guides at ProFish-n-Sea Charters, your Alaska halibut fishing is more than just luck, its proven success!