The premier source for Pacific Northwest salmon, steelhead, and halibut fishing information & trips.

1-866-Fish2Day

-Alaska's Kenai / Kasilof Rivers - Deep Creek Halibut & More - Waterfront Lodging - Olympic Peninsula, Washington Salmon & Steelhead Fishing-

  Home >> Alaska Fishing >> Alaska Saltwater Fishing >> Halibut Length / Weight Chart

 

 

 

 

- More Links to Info on Alaska Saltwater Fishing -


- Deep Creek / Ninilchik, Alaska area halibut & salmon trips.

- Seward Combination Trips.

- Visit the Gallery Section for more photos and even some videos of saltwater action!

- Tide Charts to help plan your Alaska trip timing.


Alaska halibut fishing aboard the Windigo!

By popular request, we've added this handy chart to the site that will give you a very close approximation of the live weight of a halibut simply by looking up its weight. Keep a marked stick or tape on hand in the boat and you'll be able to find out the weight without having to manhandle some of the bigger fish around!

Note that a few of the increments are missing from each end of the chart, that means one of two things: first, it's not big enough to worry about unless you got a friendly wager with your fishing partner :); or secondly, it's big enough you might want to have a certified weight of the fish!

Halibut Length / Weight Chart
Length Live Weight Dressed Weight Length Live Weight Dressed Weight Length Live Weight Dressed Weight
18 2.2 1.6 45 42.9 32.2 69 171.2 128.7
20 3.1 2.3 46 46.0 34.6 70 179.4 134.9
22 4.2 3.2 47 49.3 37.1 71 187.8 141.2
24 5.6 4.2 48 52.7 39.7 72 196.5 147.7
25 6.4 4.8 49 56.5 42.5 73 205.5 154.5
26 7.2 5.4 50 60.3 45.3 74 214.8 161.5
27 8.2 6.2 51 64.3 48.3 75 224.3 168.6
28 9.2 6.9 52 68.5 51.5 76 234.1 176.0
29 10.3 7.8 53 72.8 54.8 77 244.3 183.7
30 11.5 8.7 54 77.4 58.2 78 254.7 191.5
31 12.8 9.6 55 82.1 61.7 79 265.4 199.5
32 14.2 10.7 56 87.0 65.5 80 276.5 207.9
33 15.7 11.8 57 92.2 69.3 81 287.8 216.4
34 17.3 13.0 58 97.5 73.3 82 299.5 225.2
35 19.0 14.3 59 103.1 77.5 83 311.5 234.2
36 20.8 15.6 60 108.9 81.8 84 323.8 243.4
37 22.7 17.1 61 114.8 86.3 86 349.5 262.8
38 24.8 18.6 62 121.1 91.0 88 376.5 283.1
39 27.0 20.3 63 127.5 95.8 90 404.9 304.4
40 29.3 22.0 64 134.2 100.9 92 434.8 326.9
41 31.7 23.8 65 141.1 106.1 94 466.2 350.5
42 34.3 25.8 66 148.2 111.5 96 499.1 375.3
43 37.0 27.8 67 155.6 117.0 98 533.6 401.2
44 39.9 30.0 68 163.3 122.8 100 569.7 428.4

 

Have a question, like to book some dates? Use our online information / booking request form.

- Our Privacy Policy -

Text links for non-java enabled browsers

Main Sections:

| HOME | ALASKA FISHING | WASHINGTON FISHING | RIVER REPORTS | FORUMS | FISHING RESOURCE CENTER | CHARTER RATES | CONTACT US | WHAT ABOUT BOB? | PHOTO & VIDEO GALLERY | LEARN ABOUT THE FISH | RECIPES | LINKS | STORE | SITE HELP & FAQ |

Alaska Fishing Sections:

| Kasilof River Fishing | Kenai River Fishing | Saltwater Fishing | Fly-Out Trips | Razor Clamming | Accommodations | Fishing Packages | More Trips We Offer | Why us? | Regulations / License Fees | Fishing Schedule | Travel Information | Fishing on Your Own | Other Things To Do On The Peninsula | FAQ's | Fishing Specials |

More Saltwater Fishing Information:

| Deep Creek Halibut/ Salmon Trips | Seward Fishing Trips | 2014 & 2015 Tide Tables | Halibut Length / Weight Charts |

- Alaska Fishing Lodge - Salmon, Trout & Halibut - Alaska Fishing Guides - Alaska Fishing Charters -

This site, pages, and images designed by and copyright material of Bob Ball, Bob's Piscatorial Pursuits - Alaska and Washington Steelhead, Salmon, and Halibut Fishing Guides / Charters - Forks, Washington and Soldotna, Alaska, USA. Encounter any problems?? If so, please Email us.