To enjoy Seward fishing is to be prepared for all weather conditions. Resurrection Bay stays cool to cold throughout the
year with a fair amount of rainfall. We recommend you bring:
Inexpensive rain suits and rubber boots can be purchased here in Seward for approximately $40.
We will clean and package your catch in vacuum sealed bags. It will then be frozen and ready for transportation back home. Direct shipping available as well, ask for more details.
This table indicates when sport fish are present (little fish) or at their peak availability (larger fish) in salt water of the Kenai Peninsula, except for that area adjacent to Whittier. Communities include Kenai, Soldotna, Homer, Seward, Anchor River, Nikiski, and Hope.
This table indicates the presence of fish in the area, but not the legal fishing season.
Some areas may be closed, so be sure to check a current regulation summary before planning your trip.
Custom built Halibut and Salmon rods. Forecast rod blanks, reel seats and zirconium plated guide eyes, right and left handed reels, 5 � or 6 ft Halibut rods in med to heavy action, single piece 7 � ft Salmon rods,
We maintain our rods and reels to the highest standard. All tacke will be clean, free from defect and in proper operating condition. Fighting belts along with other tackle items will be provided for your enjoyment.
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Known as, "Alaska's Favorite Seaside Town," Seward is a beautiful coastal city whose waters are abundant with trophy fish.
It is located at the head of Resurrection Bay, between the Kenai Fjords National Park and the west entrance of Prince William Sound. The area's currents and ocean floor structure create a convergence of nutrient-rich water and impressive habitat for all species of fish and wildlife.