Alaska Fishing Seasons | Kenai Peninsula

Above all, understanding Alaska fishing seasons is vital to booking the best opportunity for successful fishing. To summarize, review below for the best times to fish and species to fish for. Here, you can successfully plan your Alaska fishing trip with confidence! 

For additional questions, please feel free to contact our team at any time: 

907.260.7825 | Info@ninilchik.com

Alaska Fishing Seasons + Fishing Limits

Alaska Halibut Fishing

Halibut fishing is open for fishing March- December.

Tourist Months: May- September

Peak Months: July-August

Best Weather Months: End of May- June

Daily Limit: 2 per angler

Annual Limit: 4 per year

 

Alaska Cod Fishing

Pacific Cod is open year round with NO Limits

Alaskan Lingcod

Months: July- December

Daily limit of 1 per person

Alaska Freshwater Salmon Fishing

Salmon fishing is open for fishing May- September

King Salmon:

Months: May- July

Limits: 1-2 per day depending river

Annual Limit: 5 Kings per year

Sockeye Salmon:

Months: June- July

Daily Limit: 3 per angler

Silver Salmon:

Months: July- August

Daily Limit: 3 per angler

Alaska Saltwater Salmon Fishing

Salmon fishing is open for fishing April- September

King Salmon:

1st Run: May- June

2nd Run: August- September

Silver Salmon:

July- August

Alaska Rockfish Fishing

Rockfish is open year round

Peak Months: June- August

Seward Daily Limit: 4 per angler

Homer Daily Limit: 5 per angler

Furthermore, for additional information on Alaska fishing seasons, regulations, or daily limits, we recommend reaching out to our local ADFG. Please note our regulations are set for SOUTH CENTAL ALASKA (3A).

Alaska fishing seasons

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On behalf of the Ninilchik Charters Team, we look forward to fishing with you in Alaska!

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