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Posted by Bob Ball - Piscatorial Pursuits on Apr 29 2005
I'll bit my toungue on what AFG offers regarding Kasilof second-run king fishing in that time. But that's a nice rumor, keeps the river quiet ;) But there's probably a reason my 2005 seats for the last two weeks of July were full before the 2004 season ended ... all with repeat guests :)

The Seward trips are a hoot ... just make sure to full day combo for the variety of species the area has to offer. Beautiful area and you just never know what you might drag up once you put the silver gear down and start fishing deeper!

AA is dead-on through ... because so many fisheries are in full swing, especially Kenai for both kings and sockeye, things book very early for all fishing & lodging across the region. Grab what you can, yesterday :) Enjoy!

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