Grand Alaskan Adventures offers a variety of options for your Alaskan Adventure. All the fishing gear is provided. The only thing you'll need is a fishing license and a King stamp(if you are after the largest salmon species in Alaska). Last but not least, bring a smile on board the F/V Christina Louise.
3A Charter Halibut Regulations Apply
Two halibut a person per day. One halibut can be of any size and one must be under 28 inches.
Day trip halibut Charters $300/per person
6 persons max/private party $1,750/full boat
Click the link below for more information.
Click the link below to purchase your license and king stamp.
Enjoy a day surrounded by views of beautiful mountains and the sounds of downrigger cable cutting through the water. The exciting pop of a salmon rod shortly after a magnificent King salmon strikes, will surely get your heart pounding.
Day trip salmon fishing $250/per person
6 person/private party $1450/full boat
Wildlife Tours/ Photography
1/2 day Wildlife tours available(5-6 hours). We will take you for a tour around Kachemak Bay to view Alaska's beautiful wildlife and scenery. We will stop at one of the local beaches and enjoy a fire before our journey back to the Homer Spit.
1/2 day Wildlife tour $125/per person
6 persons max/ private trip $750/full boat
We offer lodging at our Bed & Breakfast for up to 6 people. We
have a small cabin that sleeps 2 and an apartment that sleeps up
to 4. See our Bed & Breakfast page for photos and information about
Alaskan Adventure Package $1250/per person
4 nights, 2 combo charters, complimenary breakfast, and
transport to either The Saltry Restaurant in Halibut cove or Seldovia for dinner.
$125 per night per person -includes breakfast
Please note: Guests who have paid for the Alaskan Adventure package take priority. Captain Will does the cooking and the fishing. Due to it being a one man show guests who have a charter and have paid for lodging will be catered to first . The boat must be put in the water first thing in the morning. Breakfast on Charter days is generally served on the boat before departure, because no one likes "hangry " fishermen