Soldotna ALASKA FISHING TRIPS
Alaska Legacy's founder, Alan Tappan, is one of the most experienced and versatile Kenai River Guides and has been a local Kenai Peninsula guide since 1991 Master Captain, Alan Tappan, is the principal Kenai River guide and founder of Alaska Legacy Fish Camp. He is licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard and is permitted by Alaska State Parks, The U.S. Forest Service and The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. In addition to being one of the most versatile and expereinced Kenai River Guides, Alan also has permits for and fishes the most productive rivers and streams on the Kenai Peninsula including the Anchor River, Ninilchik River, Deep Creek, Russian River and Quartz Creek. Alaska's Legacy's is listed on the New York Shop Exchange Video Marketspace.
ALASKA #2 -Halibut Fishing Hoonah - Alaska Yacht Cruise Northern Dream
Day 2 of the Alaska Adventure takes Ty & Theresa and all on board to the Icy Straits for some Halibut Fishing. Catching more then expected we head back to Hoonah to filet the fish and check crab pots. A little more whale watching, bald eagles and grizzly bear! Come along on another adventure in Alaska!!!
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DIY Alaska Fishing
On this adventure we are exploring and fishing in Alaska's Kenai Peninsula. On this trip you will get out into the wilderness and visit rivers, streams and lakes. The video covers many tips on putting together your own do-it yourself trip to catch Salmon, Grayling, Arctic Char and Trout in Alaska along with other pointers on how to have an enjoyable trip.
Soldotna Alaska Fishing
Recap of Summer 2014 Fishing Trip. Father and Son Trip.
Alaska Steelhead Fishing
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GEtting to Kenai River Halibut Fishing Whale watching Sockeye Salmon Fishing Mini Episode Clip 2
GEtting to Kenai River Halibut Fishing Whale watching Sockeye Salmon Fishing Mini Episode Clip 2
Brother and Nephew came up for some fun and fishing. Hit the Yukon Territory for pike then traveled up to Fairbanks and then down to the Kenai for some serious Salmon Fishing, halibut fishing, and whale watching. Amazing views and incredible fish for Jeff Mark and Tyler. Was an amazing time. No charters or guides!
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Soldotna, Alaska: JC Quest
The 4th video from the pentalogy of the Alaska Summer 2013 videos, Jacob Eckerman goes on an epic quest through 4 chapters to find JC. What is JC? You'll have to watch to find out.
Part Skate video, part tour of Soldotna, Alaska, and part questing, JC Quest is an adventure through Alaska that you wont forget*
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My Soldotna Video
My Soldotna Video created by the City of Soldotna, showcases what it's like to live, work and play in beautiful, Soldotna Alaska. We're located on the banks of the world-famous Kenai River. Request a Free Travel Guide at
Lodging On The Homer Spit | Central Charters & Tours | Homer, Alaska
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Larry Csonka Shows Affordable Fishing on the Kenai Peninsula
Many parts of Alaska offer spectacular fishing, hunting, and incredible views... but may hard to get to, and expensive to access. The Kenai Peninsula is an exception to that. Larry Csonka and Audrey Bradshaw explain why this part of Alaska is more affordable, but just as amazing as the rest of the state.
Seward Alaska Fishing
Tricia fishing on Captain Bob's boat. Saltwater Safari. Caught limits of Halibut (2 each), Salmon (3 each including Kings if you had tags), and Rockfish (4 each).
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King Kenai Alaska Fishing Trip 2017
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Homer, Alaska, Usa
Homer is a city located in Kenai Peninsula Borough in the U.S. state of Alaska. It is two hundred. According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 22.4 square miles (58 km2), of which 10.6 square miles (27 km2) is .Welcome to Homer Alaska Homer Chamber of Commerce - Homer.Alaska USA Federal Credit Union has been open since 1948.. Be the first to leave a review of this Alaska USA Federal Credit Union location.. Would you recommend this Alaska USA FCU Homer Branch location? Homer, Alaska - WikipediaFree visitors guide, travel information, and links to members for fishing, lodging, and tours.Alaska USA Federal Credit Union - Homer, AK at 135 Sterling Highway
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Kenai River fishing lodge log cabin video 907-335-2001
Kenai River fishing log cabins video in Kenai, Alaska on the famous Kenai penisula and Cook Inlet. This video shows why Salmon Catcher Lodge is the one of the best fishing lodges in the Kenai River area. Terry Johnson, the owner of Salmon Catcher Lodge, shows the many ammenties by video of this wonderful log cabin lodge and resort.
All Kenai River fishing supplies are included in cabin rentals. Enjoy jetted tubs, full kitchens, washer & dryers, freezers for your salmon and halibut, fish cleaning stations, barbeques, fire pits, comfortable beds, flat screen TV, telephones, conference room and a full service staff to cater to your needs.
Fishing charters for salmon, halibut, bear viewing, flyout trips and more is included in most Alaska vacation packages.
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Checking out bears with Bearfoot Tours | Homer Alaska
While in Homer, we had the pleasure of going on an Airplane tour of Lake Clark National Park. We landed on the beach, and hiked around looking at Bears. It was an amazing experience, if you are going to be in Homer, give Bearfoot Tours a call....
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Get a real up close view of grizzly bears in their natural habitat. Hop aboard a 6 person airplane, travel across the bay to a remote National Park and walk around with the grizzlies. It's like being in a zoo without bars. On your flight you may see whales in the water below, glaciers and volcanoes. Your pilot will guarantee that you will see some bears
Things to know:
• Located in Homer Alaska.
• Boots are provided.
• Plan for 4-6 hours.
• You may land on several different beaches until you find bears.
• The pilot has been flying for years and has an excellent safety record.
• Park rangers are sometimes present at Lake Clark National Park to give out Jr. Ranger badges and answer questions.
• The pilot is very knowledgeable about the bears and their environment.
• Bring snacks, sunscreen, bug spray and be prepared for changing weather.
This is a mind-blowing experience. If you truly want to see what Alaska is all about this is a must. Starting with the breathtaking views of glaciers and volcanoes to the exciting beach landing in the plane and finally watching the grizzly bears just yards away catching fish, munching on grass and cubs following their mothers, this is something you don't want to miss. After spending several months in Alaska we couldn't find anything to top this adventure and I bet you won't either.
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WHERE and HOW to fish from shore on the Homer spit AK Alaska cod flounder
Drive to the end of the spit for fishing. There is parking near Lands End and walk down to the beach. Try to cast out to the piling / platform as far as you can. Herring works the best. If you haven't got a bite in 10 minutes either you have no bait or you need new bait. They love fresh bait. Change your bait often if you want to catch a bunch of fish. (If you use any of this information, please post a response on your success!) I use a size #6 hook, not too big. I put on some weight, too heavy and the fish won't budge it, too light and it gets blown away (about the size from my pinkie tip to the second knuckle. I put on a quarter size chunk or a little bigger and cast gently. Herring is a soft meat and too much force when casting and it shoots off. Cast out gently, let it drop, real in any slack and wait for a tug, then wait a few seconds and tug back. Real in and do it again. Low tide is the best as you can get closer to the pilings. The super super minus tides has the end piling up to the edge of the water and fisherman can have a blast on these ultra low tides reeling in cod, when the tide is this low casting lures works well. I like using a Twister Tail and jig head if I do cast. It is cheap and works great, plus you can get then easily in any of the 50 states and Canada. These work well and are CHEAP!!! No need to lose a $5-$8 lure when you get snagged. A fifty cent jobber works just as good or better and who really cares when you get snagged. You can lose 10-15 of these set up for every pixie or vibrax lost. I use a white twister tail, but I an sure any color works. I use at least a 1/8 oz jig head or bigger. I have never been skunked down there and is a great way to spend an afternoon. I catch gray cod, flounder, tomcod, sometime silvers are caught on the end casting spoons. I prefer to just relax and use cut bait. fishing toward slack tide is best otherwise the current can be too much and low tide is the best as you can get closer to the pilings. All the water that goes in and out of Kachemak Bay pushes past the spit.
If you are going to be in Homer and are waiting to head out on a halibut charter to just want something to do this can be fun. This is a cheap and enjoyable time. If your spouse is on a charter and you have the kids this would be a great way to spend part of the day, plus you don't have to worry about them breaking anything in the gift shops. The view is spectacular from there as well. You will see a ton of boats and the mountains just across. You won't catch any Halibut (atleast) I've never seen it done but have heard of a few, so they might be in there or they may just be fish stories. At certain times of the year fish can be caught in the lagoon. If the silvers are in you'll see a bunch of fisherman and this is best when the tide is coming up, in the lagoon eggs, vibrax or a pixie can be a good choice(not cut bait), but the end of the spit still sees way more action and to me is way more fun!
When the seas are too rough to go out on the charter and the charters say no, and you need something to do while your in Homer beside hitting the gift shops again. You can catch some bottom fish and still have an Alaskan fish dinner, just probably not halibut. I have never tried hotdogs but I know I have tipped my halibut hooks with them and caught fish. Try Hotdogs if you want to save a few bucks. I always just used the cheapest hotdog brand I could buy. Any viscera would work as well just make sure you keep your bait changed regularly and bring plenty of weight/lead to cast your bait out there. Hi and low tides work great! You can also hit the cleaning tables and help clean some fish at the cleaning stations if your board. I know most everyone throws out the fish and you salvage a decent amount of meat off the fish. Most everyone will gladly let you take the cheeks. You could probably get 5 pounds of halibut from going through and cleaning up someone elses limit. Cheap way to get some halibut and they are just going to throw it out. When I come in I always love it when someone offers to help clean a few of my fish, but some people are all high and mighty and don't want anyone even looking at their fish. These are typically the people that hog the cleaning stations and take FOREVER to clean their fish. Just talk to them and if they're nice they'll have no issue showing you how its done and letting you dig out a few cheeks and cleaning out some meat off the soft stomach area that is often discarded at the stations.
The flounders are a nice tasting white meat with no worms in them that I have seen. If I keep a cod I fillet it and the use my knife to take out any worms. Some people just cook them warm enough and eat them. I let the cod go or give them away as I hate digging out worms and have enough halibut. ( Gryga )
After a drink at the Salty Dog Saloon just walk.
Best of Luck and Tight Lines!!!