à la carte excursions

Saltwater Fishing

Sustainable Deep Sea Harvest

The living marine resources in Alaska waters are truly of world-class proportions, known around the world for their abundance and diversity. History demonstrates that responsible, managed sport fishing is sustainable. The principles and methods of fisheries management that are used in Alaska are, themselves, known worldwide as having long-term conservation and sustainable use as their overriding objective.

Saltwater Fishing

We'll get you fully outfitted in rain gear and rubber boots, custom pack a lunch and cooler of beverages, and you’ll be on your way for an action-packed, fun-filled nautical adventure.

The 44' luxury fishing vessel has plenty of space for indoor seating, heated seats, spacious fishing deck, and a real bathroom. Guests can expect up to 8 lodge guests onboard, and private fishing excursions are available. This beautiful boat has the Sea Keeper 6 gyro stabilization system which eliminates 90% vessel roll making this an ideal fishing machine for the whole family.
 

Halibut and Salmon combo

Step aboard right at our dock for a full day of fishing in style with our professional and personable crew. The combination of halibut and salmon fishing is the perfect way to enjoy two types of fishing experiences in one day. Spend half a day fishing for halibut then the other half targeting a variety salmon species. Anglers may also catch rockfish, pacific cod, and lingcod depending on the location.

Halibut: Homer is known as the "Halibut Fishing capital of the world for a reason!

King Salmon: Catch them before they go up river to spawn. Summer "spawner" kings' first run is usually May-June. Second run is July-mid August. Winter "feeder" kings come in to feed in late August and throughout September.

Silver Salmon: Coho Silver Salmon are hot in late July through early September.

Pink Salmon: This plentiful species is also known as "Humpies".


The Ultimate Fly-Out Fishing Upgrade

Fly out from the lodge to the fishing boat and back via float plane and cut down on hours of boat travel time to and from the fishing grounds with spectacular scenery along the way. Ask at booking about this option!

 

details, Fishing Licenses, Fish Processing, ETC.

For those guests over 15 years old who book a fishing trip during your stay with us, an Alaska state fishing license is included and will be printed at the lodge.

Nothing beats fresh fish!
Our chefs are happy to cook up your catch for your next meal.

For an additional fee, your fish will be professionally filleted, vacuum sealed, flash frozen and shipped overnight to you when you return home, or packed to take with you on your flight.

Charter seats are available on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Private charters may be available any day of the week, but halibut is not permitted on Wednesdays and two select Tuesdays this summer.

According to Alaska’s Department of Fish and Game, fishing in Kachemak Bay and Cook Inlet, each angler is allowed 2 halibut, 2 lingcod and up to 5 rockfish of various types each day. Wow! With eight anglers on board all day, the end result is a boat-load of fish. Only 4 halibut per person may be retained each year.

 

 

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Your adventure awaits. Begin planning your Alaskan vacation by reserving a stay at Stillpoint Lodge. With a unique combination of eco-adventure, leisure, and wellness... on the edge of the wilderness, there’s no better way to have an authentic Alaskan trip of a lifetime.

No matter how you prefer to spend your vacation, we’re excited to help you create your one-of-a-kind journey. Thanks for choosing Stillpoint Lodge as your preferred Alaskan resort!

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Our boutique resort is nestled on the edge of the wilderness just a short voyage across the towering mountain fjord of Kachemak Bay.

Abundant, landscaped gardens yield fresh, organic produce picked fresh just steps from your dinner table.

Visit Stillpoint Lodge near Homer, Alaska for an authentic Alaska itinerary... and make memories and friends that last a lifetime.

“If you are searching

for the raw and unspoiled theater of the wild, yet still wish for the luxuries of civilization, Halibut Cove is the place for you.

And no one can better offer you that experience than Stillpoint Lodge.”

Alaska legend and official balladeer Hobo Jim