The Fish House - Seward fishing charters

Fish House Charters

Seward Alaska

Why Fish House Charters is your best choice for salmon and halibut fishing in Alaska

Seward is known worldwide as Alaska’s premier sportfishing destination. Whether you’re looking to explore the state’s fishing areas for the first time or you’re a regular, guided saltwater charters are a great way to organize your Alaska fishing trip and make the most of halibut and silver salmon fishing.

Fish House Charters is one of the top fishing charter companies in the area, family-owned and operated since 1974. With our 6 vessels ready to charter, we’ll take you to explore the Gulf of Alaska in search of halibut, salmon, rockfish, or lingcod. Experienced captains, great vessels, and the right equipment make your fishing experience an unforgettable one.

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Halibut Charters

Halibut fishing season extends from April to October peaking in mid-July. This is when your chances of catching a barn-door Halibut are the greatest (over 200 lbs!).

Salmon Charters

Seward is well known as the Silver Salmon fishing Mecca of Alaska. Our coast teems with abundant schools of baitfish – it’s often “FISH-ON” during our Silver Salmon run.

Combo Charters

Combination trips are available from July to August. We offer Salmon/Halibut or Halibut/Ling Cod combos. These trips provide a great multi-species Alaskan experience.

Discover why Seward fishing charters are among the world’s best sportfishing experiences

Located in South Central Alaska, with the Gulf of Alaska just minutes away, the fishing out of Seward can be very productive. The Gulf of Alaska provides bait for all species, and the result is “FISH-ON”.

What Our Clients Are Catching…

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What are they saying?

Wow ! What a day, we had calm seas, blue sky and caught fish. Great Capt. And the customer service at The Fish House was very helpful.

Jonas Mckinze – Sacramento, CA

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