|Alaska Arctic Sun Lodging and Halibut Charters Homer Alaska - Homer, AK|
About Arctic Sun Lodging and Halibut Charters Homer Alaskalodging features 3 Alaskan Style Log Cabin Rentals! All have fully equipped kitchens, WiFi, and cable TV. All linens are provided. Fully furnished kitchens include stove, full size fridge, microwave, dishes, cooking and eating utensils, and coffee pot.
The cabins are located on 2 acres of wilderness setting, yet close to downtown Homer, Alaska and the Homer boat harbor. It’s not uncommon to view local wildlife right from your cabin window! Book Anytime Online Throughout the Year! We are open from May 15th - August 25th. Greg Northover and Shiela Thackaberry share their knowledge and love for the Homer area with you.
We’re located 2 miles from downtown Homer up East Hill Road, where visitors are greeted with breathtaking views of Kachemak Bay, glaciers, and the Kenai Mountains. We often see moose in our yard along with many species of birds. Stay in clean, comfortable Alaskan Style Log Cabins. Take a close up look at our Lodging Page. Alaska Arctic Sun is a wonderful destination for a family get-together! No matter the age, each family member finds Alaska an adventure.
Our comfy cabins, central campfire with smore’s, abundant wildlife, terrific shopping on the Spit, and wild waters set the stage for fun! What better company for a fishing trip than with your family or group of friends?
Captain Greg provides the adventure of a lifetime for families that fish together. Many families have stayed with us and many come back every year. Call us for special information or booking for large groups. Don’t wait to book family fishing Alaska style! We look forward to seeing you soon.Pacific halibut reside on the continental shelf of the North Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea. Halibut live on or near the bottom of the ocean in water temperatures ranging from 37.4 to 46.4 degrees Fahrenheit.
They are among the largest teleost fishes in the world, a large family of ray-finned fish of which halibut, tuna, and herring belong. Mature halibut congregate annually from November to March on spawning grounds on the edge of the continental shelf at a 600 to 1,499 ft depth. Halibut migrate long distances in mostly clockwise migrations. They also make more seasonal migrations from shallow summer feeding grounds to deeper winter spawning grounds.