© Jimmie Jack's Alaska Fishing Lodges
All fishing charters are led by professional guides aboard Jimmie Jack’s fleet of 12 fishing vessels, with tackle and gear provided. Packages at both lodges also include professional seafood processing services. Staff vacuum pack and flash freeze the day’s catch and provide flight-approved insulated fish boxes for the trip home. Guests can also talk to the property’s chef de cuisine for recipes, tips, and techniques on preparing fresh Alaskan seafood.
Jimmie Jack’s day charters Day charters take guests to a variety of fisheries across the Kenai Peninsula in search of King and Silver Salmon, Halibut, Lingcod, Rockfish and more.
The Kenai River is the site of King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Rainbow Trout and Dolly Varden fishing aboard a 20-foot Wille Powerboat. Guests can also fish for King Salmon aboard a 20-foot Willie Drift Boat on the Kasilof River.
Jimmie Jack’s can take guests out for Halibut fishing on the Cook Inlet or the waters of Homer, Alaska, known as the Halibut capital of the world, on a 34-foot saltwater fishing charter boat with heated cabin and private bathroom. Halibut fishing is also available out of Ninilchik, Alaska, aboard a six-passenger boat named “Unforgiven”.
Fishing charters out of Seward, Alaska target species of Salmon, Rockfish and Lingcod, with the chance to witness the scenery and wildlife of Resurrection Bay and the Kenai Fjords National Park.
Packages at the Original Alaska Lodge include between six and seven nights’ lodging and daily trips to Jimmie Jack’s numerous fisheries across the Kenai Peninsula. Guests at the Alaska SeaScape Lodge spend between four and seven nights with easy access to all Jimmie Jack fisheries and multiple combination packages available.
Other Recreational Activities
Jimmie Jack’s Alaska Fishing Lodges lie near Kenai, a town of about 7,000 at the confluence of the Kenai River and the Cook Inlet. Visitors can take a walking tour of the historic sites in Old Town Kenai, including Fort Kenay, a replica of the series of U.S. Army barracks originally built in 1869, or Holy Assumption of Saint Mary Russian Orthodox Church, built in 1894 and declared a National Historic Landmark in 1970.
Kenai offers numerous opportunities for enjoying the outdoors, with several hiking and mountain biking trails in the surrounding Kenai Mountains, beachcombing for agates along the shores of Cook Inlet, spotting bears and other wildlife from an Alaskan bush plane or paddling across the Peninsula’s waterways.
Jimmie Jack's Alaska Fishing Lodges, 36065 Reef Dr, Kenai, AK 99611, Phone: 866-553-4744
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