Halibut, Salmon, and Rock Fish Fishing Charters in Seward, Alaska

Seward Fishing Charters

Experience Epic Alaska Adventure on our Seward fishing charters for a chance to fill your freezer with halibut, salmon, or rock fish. Our halibut charters and combo charters launch daily from the port of Seward launching into the pristine waters of Prince William Sound, known for abundant of fish, wildlife, and beauty.

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Seward Fishing Charters For Halibut, Salmon, Rockfish

Seward Charters On The F/V Sound Crazy

Fishing Charter Options

We offer several different types of Seward fishing charters to provide our guests with the opportunities they want to chase the specific species they would like to target.

All of our Seward fishing charters are on our comfortable and stable 46′ custom fishing vessel FV Sound Crazy with a roomy heated cabin with plenty of seating and an onboard restroom.

Info About Our Seward Fishing Charters

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Where To Meet Us On The Morning Of Your Charter? 

At J-Dock Seafood and Processing: 1408 4th Ave, Seward AK, no later than 5:45am for check in.
Please make sure you are on time. Parking is available in the Seward North Parking Lot.

Someone with our crew will meet you there for a 6:00am departure.

* PLEASE NOTE: Our fishing vessel departs the Seward Harbor roughly around 6:00am and return to the harbor between 4pm and 7pm daily. Please be prepared and have your ID and fishing license on hand prior to boarding the boats. The F/V Sound Crazy is a 13 pack boat, no more than 13 anglers max.

What is Our Late Policy? 

Failure to arrive on time for our Seward fishing charters will result in a boat group decision, made by other paying customers, on whether or not they are willing to wait to depart the harbor. This is to ensure fairness to all other paying customers who booked for a full day’s trip. Arriving late results in time away from fishing for others that arrived on time. There are NO refunds should you not arrive on time. NO EXCEPTIONS.

What IS Provided? 

We provide – bait, tackle, rod & reel, and we filet your fish at the end of the day.

An Experienced, Licensed, & Insured Captain – You will not find a better captain or crew to guide you on your Alaska fishing experience.

An Amazing Boat – All of our Seward Fishing Charters are on our newest vessel, the F/V Sound Crazy. She is a 46′ x 16′ Newton Hull with Delta style fit and finish. Powered by twin Cummins QSL 9 410 HP engines she has everything you need to get out on the grounds in comfort. This vessel has a heated spacious cabin and a restroom on board so you will ride in style on one of the best Seward fishing charters.

What IS NOT Provided? – Things You Need To Bring

• Warm clothing, gloves, hat, in the event of cooler weather/ rain (typically in September)

• Rain gear (recommended) bare minimum a rain coat. Regular tennis shoes are ok. Rain boots (recommended, not required) Water proof or water resistant shoes are ok to bring.

• Lunch & Snacks for the day. Beverages of your choice. You may bring medium to small sized cooler, depending on size of your party. We do not provide meals on the boat.

• Alcoholic beverages are allowed, however please remember to keep consumption within reason. This is a safety issue, DRUNK means we turn the boat around and there are NO REFUNDS. If you arrive drunk, you will not be boarding the boat!

• YOU MUST Bring PRINTED copy of Fishing License or a signed digital copy is ok (NO PROXIES)
*NOTE: Non-Resident Anglers under the age of 16, do not need to purchase a sport fishing license.

• Trash bags WHITE and UNSCENTED. The local processor prefers these bags to take in your fish. They do not have to be white just make dang sure they’re unscented.

• Ice chest / Coolers for transporting your fish back home (If transporting your fish out of Seward) These do not need to be on the boat. Please keep them in your vehicle until we get back to port at the end of your fishing trip.

Where To Get A Fishing License? 

You may purchase your sport fishing licenses online at Alaska Department of Fish and Game and stay up to date on current Sport Fishing Regulations.

To find regulations specific to the area we fish (3A South Central Alaska) Click Here.

Our Charter Fishing Methods & Rules

We do not typically target the 28″ Halibut. We try to target Halibut that are above average size so everyone on the boat catches something better than the status quo. It is not normal to catch Halibut under 28″ where we target larger Halibut. This requires us to fish differently than other boats you might have been on in the past.

We cannot and will not PARTY fish. Party fishing means that you would be fishing for a boat limit of fish and not an individual limit. It is against the law to do so and we do not allow it on our vessels. If you choose to fish with us, the normal routine is that once you catch a keeper size Halibut, you stop fishing for bottom fish until we move to a different location to target other species.

Typically, when you fish on a spot there is only so many keeper sized Halibut down there and if you have already caught a keeper and continue to fish on bottom, most likely you will catch another Halibut. However, we will have to release it because of the PARTY fishing rule. Then what happens is somebody on the boat stands a greater chance of going home empty handed.

In order to be fair to everyone, we fish like this in ALL of our mixed group trips. If you do not like this idea, then Crazy Rays Adventures, LLC probably isn’t the right charter for you.

Now, if you would like to do something different than our normal routine, we are definitely up for that, it’s more convenient to have all 6 or 12 anglers on the boat of the same party (whole boat reservation), this needs to be discussed at time of booking and in the morning with your Captain so that he can lay out the day accordingly.

For any questions, please feel free to contact our booking office, Brenda at 907-315-5382, or Captain Crazy Ray at 907-355-3182.

Boat Rules To Know About

• The #1 Rule is *NO BANANAS ALLOWED ON THE BOAT* (Seriously no bananas, YOU’LL WALK THE PLANK!)

• NO DRUGS – This includes THC / Weed. Although legal in the state. It is ILLEGAL to have onboard and on Federal Waters.

• No Glass Bottles

• No Waders

• No open toed shoes

• No bad attitudes – There are no guarantees when it comes to fishing. Fishing is and will always be fishing, not catching. One guarantee is all our Captains work hard daily to put you on quality fish on all of our Seward fishing charters.

What Is An Appropriate Tip For The Deckhand? 

Please don’t forget to tip your deckhand. Deckhands work for tips! Standard tip is 15% – 20% of the total cost of your fishing trip or an average of $80 per person*

Where Can We Get Our Fish Processed and Shipped? 

J-DOCK SEAFOOD (Local in Seward): 907-224-7272

Indian Valley Meats: 907-653-7511 (Closer to Anchorage)

10th and M Seafoods (Downtown Anchorage) 907-272-3474

AK Trophy Expediters (Anchorage): 907-223-2666

Trapper Creek (Anchorage) 907-561-8088

Seward Alaska Fishing Charters With Crazy Rays Adventures. Meet at the boat docks for Adventure.

Seward Fishing Charters

Enjoy Your Trip To Seward, Alaska

The 2.5 hour drive from Anchorage to the community of Seward, Alaska, is one of the most beautiful and scenic drives found anywhere in the world. You will travel south along Cook Inlet under the towering peaks of the Chugach Mountain Range. The route takes you past the town of Girdwood, home of world famous Alyeska Ski Resort, before taking you over Turnagain Pass. You will pass through the Kenai Mountains and travel along pristine Kenai Lake on your way to Resurrection Bay and entrance into Prince William Sound.

Seward, Alaska sits at the head of Ressurection Bay which is only 18 miles from the Gulf of Alaska. The Gulf is known to hold Large Pacific Halibut and many other varieties of fish to include all 5 species of Salmon.

Crazy Ray's Adventures

1408 4th Ave, Seward, Alaska, 99664

Other Activities While You're In Seward

Are There Other Things To Do After Our Seward Fishing Trip?

Seward is a great town to spend a few days in so since you are there you might as well take advantage of some of the great things to do there. We have provided a list of them you can find by following this link Things To Do In Seward Alaska.

Are There Any Good Trails In Seward?

Yes! Actually there are several great trails from beginner to advanced right in Seward Alaska and other trails are just a close drive away. Hiking is one of the favorite activities for visitors. Lots of our guests join us on our seward fishing charters then stay extra days to enjoy the area. You can find lots of helpful info on trails on this page Hiking Trails In Seward Alaska.

What Are Some Good Places To Stay In Seward?

This quaint coastal fishing town is rich with history and local places to stay. You can find lots of lodging options to take advantage of before or after joining us on our Seward fishing charters. See this page Places To Stay In Seward Alaska.