Ninilchik Alaska | Cook Inlet Fishing

Ninilchik Alaska is a small scenic quaint town with a population of roughly 800+ people. It’s situated 180 miles southwest of Anchorage and home to scenic bluff sides! Ninilchik is widely known for being home to Russian natives that migrated from the Kodiak region many years ago. This tiny photogenic town extends roughly 4 miles along the Sterling Highway between South of Soldotna and North of Homer and full of wildlife, culture, and Halibut fishing.

Though this town may be small, there’s plenty to love here with a stunning scenery and old village charm of one of the Kenai Peninsula’s oldest communities. Ninilchik focuses on tourism and draws in thousands of people every Summer for both commercial and local fishing opportunities. To those who want to enjoy a peaceful town situated on some of the prettiest waters, Ninilchik Alaska is your town to go to. 

If you would like more information about what Ninilchik has to offer, you can view Ninilchik Chamber of Commerce!

Fishing Cook Inlet | Ninilchik Alaska

Ninilchik Alaska

Ninilchik Alaska Fishing Charters

Rates as low as $325 per person
May- Labor Day
One of the best features tourists are drawn to Ninilchik for is the incredible fishing opportunities! Cook Inlet is now one of the biggest destinations for saltwater fishing surrounded by breathtaking.  Though being known for larger, migrating halibut, you can also fish for king salmon, silver salmon, and pacific cod on your charters! Alaskan halibut and pacific cod are year round with peak season being July- August. King salmon run through May and silver salmon run through mid July-August before hitting the rivers for their spawning cycle.

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