Alaska Marine Highway Systemhttp://www.dot.state.ak.us/amhs/
The Alaska Marine Highway System operates as a division of the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for the State of Alaska. The Marine Highway is an integral part of the State highway infrastructure, transporting people and vehicles to our coastal communities on a year-round basis. The system, which started over 50 years ago, has continued to grow and incorporate new ports of call. Their route is also the only marine route that has been designated a National Scenic Byway and All-American Road.
Alaska Premier Sportfishinghttp://www.premiersportfishing.com/
Multiple species of fish are readily available when you have the extra time to spend. Ling cod, multiple species of rockfish, king, red, and silver salmon (in season) inhabit the waters in which they fish. Unlike other operations there are no hidden gear costs, all jigs, lures, and tackle are provided.
Alaskan Fishing Adventureshttp://www.alaskanfishingadventures.com
It’s the Kenai Peninsula where anglers go when seeking trophy-class fishing for salmon and halibut. More kings over 70 lbs. have been landed there than in all other parts of Alaska combined! Experienced, professional guides and world-class Alaska fishing that will literally take your breath away await you.
Anchor River Fly Fishing RV Parkhttps://www.facebook.com/Anchor-River-Fly-Fishing-432347523945764/
Anchor River Fly Fishing RV Park is located in Anchor Point within walking distance of the beautiful Anchor River and Anchor Point beach (Cook Inlet). The Anchor River is known for salmon fishing as well as steelhead. You can launch your boat or get a charter for some halibut/salmon fishing.
Bay Weld Boatshttp://www.bayweldboats.com
Company Founder & President, Allen Engebretsen, brings to Bay Welding a lifetime of experience in Alaska‘s fisheries and is an expert in the design and fabrication of both fiberglass and aluminum vessels. Known to be relentless in his pursuit of perfection, Allen personally oversees and inspects all aspects of vessel construction and design.
Beluga Lake Lodgehttp://www.belugalakelodging.com/
We offer a variety of lodging accommodations to fit every need and budget! Whether you are in Homer for business or pleasure, our friendly and professional staff are happy to accommodate you accordingly.
Between Beaches Alaskahttp://www.betweenbeachesalaska.com/
One of Alaska’s most beautiful destinations, Between Beaches is the ideal location for vacationing singles, couples, and families. Just as the name states; Between Beaches is situated on MacDonald’s Spit, a mile long finger of ancient glacier moraine, with beach frontage on Kasitsna Bay and Kachemak Bay. Here you can watch the sun rise over one beach and set over the other! Each of our rustic 12′ x 16′ rental cabins are surrounded by spruce and alder and offer spectacular views of the bays, islands, and surrounding snow-capped mountains.
Big Dan’s Fishing Chartershttp://www.bigdansfishing.com/
Big Dan’s Fishing Charters offers salt water fishing for halibut, salmon, rockfish, and lingcod. They have an excellent reputation and customer return rates are high. They offer full day halibut/salmon charters and also long-range halibut/salmon/rockfish charters.
Bottom Line Chartershttp://www.bottomlinecharters.us/
Bottom Line Charters is a group of experienced US Coast Guard licensed charter operators who possess a life time passion for fishing. Their boats are custom designed 28? Alumawelds, powered by twin Mercury outboard motors. These vessels are Coast Guard inspected with enclosed cabins, toilet facilities, heated, and state of the art electronics for safe navigation and maximum fishing potential in Cook Inlet. Your trip with them will include bait, tackle, fish filleting and top-quality rods and reels. The charter runs 6 to 8 hours depending on the tide, weather, and package option. The waters of Cook Inlet provide world-class salmon and halibut fishing. The average halibut weights 25 pounds with many caught over 100 pounds.
Homer Boat Yardhttp://homerboatyard.com/
More than just a storage yard, they are a full service shop for all of your boat needs. They can haul, launch, and even ferry your boat to and from the slip, provide shrink wrap for winter protection, bottom paint and bootstrip, paint hull, tophouse, etc., and much, much more.
Homer Chamber of Commercehttp://www.homeralaska.org
Our seaside town is accessible by road, boat, and daily flights from Anchorage. A home base for great fishing (“The Halibut Fishing Capital of the World”), kayaking, bear viewing, hiking, foodie and art vacations, Homer is quickly becoming known also as the Eco and Adventure tourism capital of Alaska.
Homer Marine Trades Associationhttp://www.homermarinetrades.com/
?Homer is by far the #1 Alaskan port for all your boating needs. Located on Kachemak Bay near the mouth of Cook Inlet, Homer offers a protected harbor with easy access to Cook Inlet and the Gulf of Alaska.
Lower Peninsula Power Sportshttps://www.lppowersports.com/
Their dealership has a rock-solid reputation of providing excellent service, support, and satisfaction. They pride themselves on giving their customers the best service available, the best parts & accessories, and a staff that understands all aspects of their business.
NOMAR is THE premier upholstery shop in Homer for both recreational and commercial fishing vessels. They also make apparel and water-resistant bags. NOMAR’s Polar fleece garments are constructed of some of the most advanced fabrics available. They are designed for the Alaskan requirements of warm, tough and good-looking!
North Country Chartershttp://www.northcountrycharters.com
This is a local family-owned operation with 38 years of experience fishing in the waters of Lower Cook Inlet and Kachemak Bay. North Country Charters is more than qualified to offer you a quality halibut fishing or salmon fishing trip.
For decades, Ravn Alaska (like the bird ~ formerly Era Alaska) has been connecting some of the Last Frontier’s most famous destinations, including Anchorage, Fairbanks, Bethel, Cordova, Homer, Valdez, Kenai, Kodiak and beyond.
Original designs by two young Alaskan fishermen, born and inspired by the wilderness of Alaska and the sustainable fisheries of the North Pacific. Salmon Sisters products are designed and created in Alaska, inspired by nautical tradition, and made for a community of fishermen, adventurers, and ocean-enthusiasts.
Sea Tow Southcentral Alaskahttps://www.seatow.com/southcentralak
You may rest assured that your vessel will be in good hands due to the trained and committed captains they have on staff. Their commitment to safety and customer satisfaction has helped make them the leading and most respected marine assistance provider in the world.