Saltwater Fishing - Salmon and Halibut
1-4 Guests • Lodge • Private • Guided
We would like to invite you to join us for the finest saltwater fishing adventure in Alaska. Our lodge is a modern facility located on five privately owned oceanfront acres, with the nearest neighbors miles away. We provide comfortable accommodations with private bedrooms and delicious home cooked meals for the hardiest appetite. Lunches are enjoyed on the boat to maximize your day of fishing.
After returning to the lodge, relax your fishing-weary muscles in a steamy hot shower or sauna. Enjoy our ocean view sitting room, a mere 30 feet off the water. End your day recounting the one that "didn't get away" as the sun slips below the ice-covered peaks of Kodiak Island.
Brian has more than 25 years of experience professionally guiding fisherman to their adventure of a lifetime. We know how to do it right. We only take a maximum of six anglers to ensure the personal attention to detail that separates us from the others. We look forward to serving you on your next fishing vacation. Give us a call and let us begin.
The F/V Streamer is a 40-foot charter boat built by Westport Marine. Though it was originally designed to take 18 fishermen salmon and halibut fishing in the Pacific Northwest, we limit our numbers to six to ensure plenty of room for the fight of a lifetime. Equipped with a warm stove, full galley, head, walk around deck, and plenty of seating. Streamer was designed for sport fishing. All equipment is consistently updated to provide you with a safe, warm, dry, stable fishing adventure.
Also known as chinook, these are the heavy weights of the salmon world. These great fighters average 35 pounds and often climb to 50+ pounds. Our fishing grounds hold great numbers of kings May through September, but are best in May, June, and early July before he cohos arrive. Battling big bright king salmon in salt water is an experience to be remembered for a lifetime.
The Pacific halibut is legendary for both barn door size and quality as table fare. These migratory fish are available May through September as they travel into the shallows to feed. Fish over 100 pounds are common and may be three times that size. Whether hunting a huge trophy or filling the freezer, halibut fishing is great fun, with an occasional fight that can exhaust even the strongest of fisherman.
Known for its for its fighting ability, great numbers, and voracious appetite, the coho - also known as silver - salmon is a favorite of many anglers. Action is often fast and furious and can be chaotic, with multiple hook-ups and screaming drags. Our cohos show up the second half of July and last into mid-September. Averaging 10 to 12 pounds and often reaching 15+ pounds, these scrappers deserve their great reputation.
Ling Cod and Rockfish
Great eating and available all year, these fish inhabit many reefs and rock piles throughout our fishing grounds. Often producing non-stop action and a good fight on light gear, they can be a great variation and a welcome addition to the freezer.
Plenty of great food
Expert field care of meat and trophies
Licensed, experienced, and insured guide
Professional dedication to a quality outdoor adventure
Price is for 5 day / 5 night charter.
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$3300.00 Per Person Per Experience
Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.
- Experienced Master Guide
- Comfortable Lodge / Best Spike Camps Available
- Delicious meals
- Fishing Equipment
- Travel clothes
- Fishing clothes, including warm sweater
- Warm coat
Rules & Guidelines
Please wear your rubber boots on the charter from Kodiak to the lodge.
Please confirm your arrival date on your contract.
Clients need to fly into Kodiak (ADQ) 1 day prior to arrival date.
Clients may need to overnight at the Buskin Inn or Kodiak Inn SO THAT …
Clients may be picked up by Andrew Air (907) 487-2566 early in a.m. to obtain licenses and tags at local sporting goods store (if client has not already done so).
Clients may need to obtain brown bear permits from Fish & Game at 211 Mission Rd – Phone 486-1880 (if applicable).
Clients will depart for camp around 12 noon (hunting) or 8 a.m. (fishing) on charter prearranged by outfitter.
Clients will pay for the Andrew Air charter directly with cash, check, or credit card (approximately $426 round trip split with other passengers).
FISH or HUNT.
On departure day, hunting clients will depart camp around 1 p.m. and arrive in Kodiak around 2 p.m.; fishermen will depart at 8:30 a.m. and arrive in Kodiak around 9:30 a.m. Hunters may need to get bear sealed at Fish and Game (if applicable).
Please do not bring cotton, blaze orange, leather, or extra packs, boots/shoes. Do not depend on Goretex for rain gear, it does not work in our environment. Leave your rifle case at the air taxi in Kodiak. Everyone should wear hip boots on the plane. All your gear must fit in your pack. Please be familiar with all your equipment well before your hunt. All gear should be in waterproof bags (Ziplocs) upon arrival.
Please be in the best physical shape you can. We will happily wait for you, unfortunately the game will not. Hunts are not usually extremely physically demanding, upon occasion stalks may be. Hunters into their mid-60's have done fine on my backpack hunts. Physical incompetence is the number one reason hunters do not get their game and/or enjoy their hunts as much as possible. You do not need to be an athlete, but you need to be able to hike 3 to 5 miles with a 40-pound pack. To prepare, I suggest hiking with all the gear you intend to bring plus 20 pounds. This will serve two purposes - it will familiarize you with all your gear, and it will get you in shape. How to hike with your rifle and binoculars and put on and take off hip boots are some of the many details this will cover.