Premier halibut, salmon, lingcod fishing for 30 years. Also offering: water taxi service, kayaking, remote cabin rentals, scenic cruises, hiking, clamming, flight seeing, lodging, birding and photo cruises, transportation to Kachemak Bay State Park
Full day and half day halibut fishing. Full day check in is 6:30 a.m. with 7 a.m. departure - returns 3-5 p.m. depending upon fishing conditions. Half day halibut trips depart at 7 a.m. and 1 p.m. returning at noon and 6 p.m. All fishing gear and fish filleting are included in the price.
Price for half day is $125. Price for full day ranges from $220 - $235 depending upon the type of boat - six pack or large boat.
Combintion/multi species fishing on six person boats are $300 per person. Depart at 7 p.m. and return 3-5 p.m. depending upon fishing conditions. All fishing gear and fish filleting are included in the price.
Not included in price of fishing trip
are: sales tax, gratuity, fishing license, food, drinks, fish processing or shipping.
All clients should wear warm layered clothes, comfortable shoes and bring along light rain gear, lunch and drinks. deep sea fishing
can be rigorous and clients should be aware of their capabilities.
Age range, type of group
Fishing can be a great family activity. Parents should be aware of their children's abilities and consider that it can be a long day. fishing trips
are not appropriate for toddlers - children six years and up should be fine to go along and maybe help hold a pole. Children nine years and older should be able to fish with some assistance from parents. Each child should have a parent along.
Clients may be interested in other activities we offer such as kayaking, hiking, water taxi service, remote cabin rentals, scenic cruises
Sleeping and meals
Lodging in Homer is available in B&Bs, motels, cabins, rental homes, cabins, condos. Prices generally range from $150 to $350 a night depending upon time of year and number in party.
A variety of options are available.
Otter Cove Resort cabins are located across Kachemak Bay - these cabins are rustic and remote offering a great, true Alaskan get away. Perfect for couples or families. Cabins are $80 a night for two ($10 for each additional person per night) plus the round trip water taxi fee. Clients bring their own food and bedding. This a great spot for hiking, kayaking, walking on the beach and relaxing - beautiful, scenic. There are four cabins on site for a total occupancy of 16 - four to a cabin is best unless there are some small children.
Policies & Restrictions
Smoking is not allowed in the cabins of any of our vessels, office or any buildings at Otter Cove Resort Pets are not allowed on fishing
trips or bay cruises, however, they are allowed on our water taxi and at Otter Cove Resort.
All rates are subject to change, possible fuel surcharge and 7.5% sales tax.
Gratuity is not included in any of the prices listed.
|May - June 15||$200||$275||Full day halibut fishing|
|June 16-September 1||$230||$335||Halibut, salmon, lingcod|
|May - September||$135||Guided kayak tour|
|May - September||$140||Guided hike to Glacier Lake|
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Homer Ocean Charters has been locally owned and operated since 1979. Offering premier fishing for halibut, salmon and lingcod in Homer, Alaska. Homer is famous for its halibut fishing, scenic beauty and arts community. Homer is the perfect destination for those who love the outdoors and want a true Alaskan experience. Homer is located on Katchemak Bay on the Kenai Peninsula, 225 miles south west of Anchorage. It is accessible by road or air. Homer Ocean Charters can provide fishing, kayaking, lodging, scenic cruises, flight seeing, hiking, clamming, remote cabin rentals, water taxi service to Kachemak Bay State Park, and just about any activity to make your dream vacation come true. Our fleet of seven boats offers versatility and access for single and large group travelers. We look forward to talking with you and helping to plan your visit to Homer.