Guided Salt Water & Fresh Water Fishing - what to expect

Enjoy a packed lunch on the boat whilst hauling in your catch, with sea birds and otters as playmates. Fishing in Cook Inlet means you’ll always see the Peninsula’s Coastline and the Alaskan mountain range with its snow-capped volcanoes in plain sight. If you’re out fishing the local rivers, enjoy the wildlife and scenery you’ll see as you reel in fresh-water species. Return to the lodge in the late afternoon to take a relaxing hot tub, and then get ready to join us for cocktails and appetizers starting at 6 pm, followed by a lovely dinner that always includes, “catch-of-the-day”, as an option.

Fisherman posing with a monster halibut he caught while on an alaska saltwater fishing trip with Deep Creek Fishing Club.
Fisherman posing with a king salmon he caught while on a saltwater fishing trip with Deep Creek Fishing Club, Alaska

Our all-inclusive packages include guided fishing,  oceanfront lodging, all meals, fish processing, tackle & gear, airport transfers from Kenai.

Salt Water Fishing

Embark on an unforgettable saltwater fishing experience in Cook Inlet, widely regarded as the halibut capital of the world. With the thrilling opportunity to catch not only halibut but also salmon, yellow eye, rockfish, and giant ling cod, this saltwater paradise is a dream come true for any angler.

With our state-of-the-art Everglades 350 EX Explorer boats equipped with 3 x 300-HP Yamaha motors, you'll enjoy a comfortable and exhilarating expedition. 

Limited to only four guests per boat, you'll have the optimum saltwater adventure that ensures personalized attention and a truly extraordinary fishing trip.

Monster ling cod catch
Fisherman posing with a monster yellow eye he caught while on a saltwater fishing trip with Deep Creek Fishing Club
Guided fresh water fishing trip by Drift boat on glacier-fed river

Fresh Water Fishing

Immerse yourself in the pristine beauty of crystal-clear creeks, glacier-fed rivers, and gravel-bottomed brooks teeming with an abundance of 12 freshwater species, including five species of salmon, arctic char/dolly varden, lake trout*, steelhead, northern pike, rainbow trout, and grayling*. (*Fly-out options)

Whether you prefer the elegance of fly fishing or the excitement of spinning, our guides are there to cater to your needs, making it a perfect opportunity for both beginners and seasoned anglers.

Get ready to wade, drift, or troll and create lifelong memories in Alaska's remarkable wilderness.