Homer Fishing Charters
Many of our daily fishing charters operate out of Anchor Point where we launch from the beach, however for our specialized long-range multi specie charters we prefer to launch in Homer, Alaska.
Our Homer fishing charters allow us to begin much closer to our target destinations of the Chugiak and Barren Islands. These trips offer the opportunity to catch trophy lingcod, yellow eye, halibut, black rockfish, vermilion, and both tiger and China Sea bass. Feeder King salmon, which eventually spawn in Canada and the Pacific Northwest, are also abundant in the waters of Kachemak Bay.
Our long-range fishing charters afford us more time and distance on the water, and take us far off the beaten path where we see abundant wildlife. Humpback Whales are prolific between June and September and we often see sea otters, sea birds, Dahl porpoises, orcas, pilot wales and more.
Homer fishing charters with Catch A Lot Charters are special and our customers often say they are the highlight of their Alaska visit.
Halibut and Salmon Fishing Combo Charters
“Combo’s” are a perfect oportunity to enjoy a variety of fishing experiences in a single day. On our Homer halibut fishing charters we use heavy top of the line heavy tackle suited for large fish.
King salmon fishing in Homer is done by trolling with light tackle with the use of downriggers. Silver salmon fishing in Homer is also excellent and they are caught with light top of the line rods and reels.
With excellent salmon and Halibut fishing from May all the way thru October ( October the last few years in Homer has had a unusaully abundant late king salmon fishery) This charter is perfect way to care for your appetite for the delicious taste for fresh Halibut /King Salmon / Silver Salmon and fishing out of Homer Alaska allows us to to just that.
Homer Fishing Thursday Only Special
We offer SALMON ONLY or SALMON/ROCKFISH combo trips trip out of Homer on Thursday’s only. We also offer bear viewing trips out of Homer Alaska to Lake Clark National Park to view Brown bears feeding on Salmon and clams in there natural setting.