Heavenly Sights Charters & Lodging

  • Fishing Charters
13295 Sterling Hwy.
Ninilchik, AK 99639
(907) 567-7371
(800) 479-7371
Hours:
Open May 1 Thru Sept Labor Day. Camping & Cabins are open as long as weather permits

About Us

Knowledgeable guides know where the fish are, and all are USCG licensed and CPR and First Aid certified. We provide all the tackle and bait you will need. All you need to bring is rain gear, lunch, a read more
  • About

    Knowledgeable guides know where the fish are, and all are USCG licensed and CPR and First Aid certified. We provide all the tackle and bait you will need. All you need to bring is rain gear, lunch, a fishing license, and a desire to catch fish. If you want to catch fish & stay at a friendly campground, with reasonable rates, this is it. Fish with the best Cook Inlet guides for halibut and salmon in the clean 28ft boats with enclosed cabins & marine heads. Every spring, Alaska's Cook Inlet begins to fill with fish. This is when the mighty King Salmon begin their first run of the season. The waters off Deep Creek and Ninilchik River, two streams that drain into Cook Inlet, are where the Salmon gather before making their final runs into the streams of the Kenai Peninsula. The largest game fish in the North Pacific. The average catch is 40 pounds, while 100 pounders are common. In 2002 a huge Halibut weighing 478 pounds was taken in these waters by Heavenly Sights Charters Fishing on the F/V Ruby II Halibut can be caught During the open season. In May the mighty King Salmon begins to run in the waters of Cook Inlet. The average King taken weighs 45 pounds, and each season 90 pound fish are caught. the Kings have two runs and the season lasts until the end of July. schools of Halibut move into the shallow waters to follow the Salmon and bait fish along the sea bottom. Later in the year, the feisty Silver Salmon will begin to arrive. Lodging, Camping, RV & 22 Acres on the bluff overlooking Mount Redoubt & Iliamna, Our staff will provide there best to assist you during your stay

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    4 miles north of Ninilchik, Alaska 180 Miles south of Anchorage, 126 miles from Seward, 40 miles north of Homer, Highway access all year round except when closed by avalanche, View of Cook Inlet


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