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We also offer our guests the opportunity to experience an all-day species combination trip out of Seward from early July through the end of August.

Trips depart from the quaint 100 year-old community of Seward and head out through Resurrection Bay and fish the craggy island and coastline to both the west and east of Resurrection Bay.

Given the dramatic scenery of the Resurrection Bay region and the multitudes of wildlife that inhabit the waters and surrounding islands, we don't know which you'll enjoy more: the simply awesome fishing, or the surroundings!

Fishgal's personal favorite of the region's fisheries!

Perhaps one of the most appealing aspects of this fishery is the element of surprise of what might end up on the end of your line. While fishing for silvers, you might find a lingcod or even a stray halibut. When fishing for the bottomdwelling species, you might even run across a king salmon! You never know!

You'll fish for a variety of species on this adventure: silver salmon, halibut, yelloweye (red snapper), a variety of rockfish, and of course lingcod!

Lingcod are perhaps the ugliest fish that inhabit the waters of Alaska. However, after a trip with us, we're sure you will agree that they are also perhaps the tastiest!

Lings in this region will average around 30 lbs. and run up to 60 or more! Yelloweye are smaller, but certainly almost as good in terms of table fare!

Halibut generally run 30-40 pounds with 100+ pound fish fairly common.

Be sure to bring along your camera on this trip, you'll long be kicking yourself if you don't!

You never know what lurks in the depths!


 

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