Homer Halibut Fishing- Halibut , Salmon, & more...
Every year, anglers travel far and wide to experience Homer Halibut Fishing. Homer, Alaska is widely known as The Halibut Capital of the World and it received this reputation for the quality and quanity of halibut it produces each season! Additionally, every season brings new travelers and new adventures for travelers seeking time in the great outdoors. As excited as we are about our fishing season, we know guests book with us for the thrill of reeling in their own catch!
With that in mind, we cater to hundreds of guests each season with our 6- passenger vessels, the M/V Snowgoose II and the M/V Sweet T, and offer a variety in fishing experiences. From January thru October, we offer trips that include Winter King Fishing, Halibut Fishing Charters, Combination Charters, and Salmon Fishing. Below, you'll find details about each trip, what they have to offer, and more! Whether you're a beginner looking to try something new, or an avid angler ready to fill a freezer, we have the trip for you!
All trips we offer are fully guided and have time ranges listed below:
Winter King Salmon Fishing: 3/4 Day | 4-6 hours
Captain's Choice: Full-Day | 8-10 hours
Homer Halibut Fishing: Full-Day | 6-8 hours
Homer Multi-Species Fishing: Full-Day | 8-10 hours
Homer Salmon Fishing: 3/4 Day | 4-6 hours
Pricing varies between $375- $500 per angler depending on the trip selected
Homer Halibut Fishing and More...
A benefit to fishing with our team at D&G Charters is that we are local! Not only are we residents to Alaska, but we also live locally in Homer year round. Homer, Alaska is one of the most beautiful places Alaska has to offer. This quaint town of about 4,000 residents offers travelers a sense of being at a home away from home. Our little town is home to some of the best eateries on the Kenai Peninsula, artistic trends, and most importantly, KILLER FISHING!
Whether you're looking to shop, eat at local eateries, or jump on board and fish with locals, we have you covered! We take pride in being "Homerites" and welcome you to our beautiful home town.
Being prepared for your upcoming Homer halibut fishing trip is a vital component to having the best experience! While our guided trips include all the bait, tackle, and gear you'll need, here are a few things we highly recommend packing:
- Our vessels do have heated and dry cabins for anglers to transition to throughout the day, however you'll want to wear layers and that includes packing rain gear! Weather in Alaska is constantly changing and having layered clothing and rain gear handy will add additional comfort throughout the day.
- Let's touch on shoes! Anglers can wear anything from a comfortable tennis shoe, hiking boots, to waterproof deck boots! While it's not required, having slip resistant shoes are a bonus!
- While we keep water on board for all anglers, we do not provide lunch or additional beverages. Therefore, we recommend bringing your own snacks and drinks for the day!
- Lastly, don't forget your fishing licenses! You can purchase these online via the ADFG website, via their mobile app, or in person at any bait and tackle store.
Another helpful tip is to prepare ahead of time for those who are prone to getting sea-sick. We do our best to fish in calm waters, however Alaska is widely know for unpredictable weather bursts. If you get sick easily, prepare ahead of time!
Knowledgeable + Experienced Team
Alaska is not only our favorite place to fish, it's also our home! As local residents in Homer, Alaska, we are thrilled to offer anglers an opportunity to see our lifestyle by exploring diverse wildlife and experiencing breathtaking views. More so, our trips are more than just fishing. We've curated our fishing trips to include opportunities to explore local areas and various marine wildlife, giving anglers exciting opportunities to experience Alaska off the mainland.
Most importantly, we've dedicated many years to crafting an incredible team of knowledgeable and experienced guides to provide you and your family with a memorable experience.
Homer Halibut Fishing 2024
Homer Winter King Derby - March 18th
It's the day we've all waited for... fishing season officially begins! Boats are in the water and anglers are ramped up and ready to go for the chance to win a heavy jackpot with this derby! For more information, get in touch with the Homer Chamber of Commerce:
The Alaska Mountain Rugby Grounds
If you know us, you know we are a big-time Rugby family. As a former USA all-star player, Captain Garrett retired from Rugby before making the big move to AK! Now that his father is in the Hall of Fame, we work alongside the Alaska Mountain Rugby Foundation to keep Rugby as a family tradition! Check out schedules below or to get invovled:
Alaska Charter Association
Staying looped in with our fishery is vital to living in Alaska and working in the industry we do! As President of the board, Captain Garrett works alongside key members of the fishing community to ensure our Halibut fishery is protected and preserved season after season. To learn more, click below:
Every season, we make it a goal to keep updated with what's going on in our industry and locally in Homer. Here you will find information not only about Homer halibut, but also the ins and outs of local recommendations. Stay looped in with updated Homer news here.
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When booking your Homer Halibut Fishing trip, there are a few things to know beforehand. First and foremost, we recommend that you read reviews of multiple companies! Doing this research, ahead of time, will help to align you with a top company. Second, we recommend that you ask questions, especially if this is your first time. This will not only help you prepare for your Homer halibut trip, it'll also give you a chance to connect with the staff. During this time, it is important to listen to the answers they give. We have found that the more knowledgeable the staff are, the better the experience has been during the trip. Lastly, come prepared! Show up with the recommendation given of what to bring, your fishing license, and energy for a day of reeling in!
For more information on how to make the best of your trip, feel free to contact us to discuss options! With being family owned, we are committed to creating relationships with our guests that keep them coming back for more!