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What we provide: 

We provide all rods, tackle, bait, and equipment needed for the charter. We use top quality gear: G-Loomis rods and Shimano reels.   All boats are equipped with all required safety equipment: life jackets, flares, first aid kits, etc. Fish cleaning is provided for all our clients at the end of each trip.  There is also vacuum packing, smoking, canning, freezing, and shipping available locally. 

What to bring:

 - Fishing license available online at: adfg.alaska.gov/Store or purchase at local sporting good store and gas stations

- King stamp (if fishing kings); Also available online

- Sunscreen, sunglasses, warm coat, rain gear

- Snacks/lunch, camera

 

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Kenai King

 

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Saltwater Fishing

Winter King fishing is rapidly becoming one of our favorite fisheries.  With high catch rates and liberal limits its easy to understand why.  "Winter Kings" are actually feeder Kings present in the saltwater's of Kachemak Bay and Cook Inlet year round.  The limit is 2 Kings per day per person.  Between October 1st and March 31st there is no seasonal bag limit, the remainder of the year it counts toward your 5 King limit. 

Description of Picture.Multiple techniques are used, but most common is trolling with the use of downriggers.  These fish are often caught at depths of 40-60 feet deep in the water column. 

The average size of these Kings are 12-30 pounds, but larger ones are always present.  If you've never eaten one of these feeder Kings from the saltwater you don't know what your missing.  It's a great way to break up the winter boredom!  Our boat is heated, and air temperature on the  water is often warmer than on land in the winter.  Don't let the cold stop you from getting out.

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