If you’ve never experienced the mind-blowing fishery and breathtaking views of Alaska, no better time than now to change it! Alaskan Gamefisher with Captain Mel Erickson at the helm will show you a good time and awesome fishing on the waters of the Gulf of Alaska.
Depending on how much time you’ve got, you can spend one or more days in Soldotna, exploring what the productive fishing spots of the area have to offer. If you’re in need of lodging, Capt. Mel can take care of it for you as well, for an additional charge.
Never been on a floatplane? You can book a trip that includes flying out to the Cook Inlet and discovering the untouched beauty of the remote lakes and nature.
But what can you expect to catch? Alaska is famous for its Salmon, and one trip with Capt. Mel will help you understand why that’s the case. Chinook, Coho, and Sockeye Salmon could all easily find their way to your hook, and thanks to their acrobatic tendencies, you’ll have a blast bringing them overboard. You can also chase after Halibut and Steelhead if you want more variety in your cooler, but one thing’s for sure, there won’t be a dull moment during your fishing trip.
If you choose a fishing adventure that doesn’t involve flying, you will be heading out toward the hottest bite on a 30’ Willie Predator. She’s got twin 250 HP Yamaha engines that can take up to 5 passionate anglers to where even the spookiest fish hide. You don’t have to worry about bringing your own fishing gear, Capt. Mel has got rods, reels, and tackle for the most suitable techniques to use while you’re on the trip.
There’s so much to see and do in Alaska, but fishing is by far one of the more engaging activities suitable for the whole family. Spoil your loved ones with awe-inspiring views and memorable fishing trips, there’s nothing better.
Plan your vacation and write in a day of fishing with Alaskan Gamefisher into your schedule, you will be glad you did so!
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Willie Predator (Offshore sport fishing) originally built in 2004. Powered by 2 250HP Yamaha engines.