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Aialik Bay and Northwestern Fjord Are truly incredible places – But don’t take our word for it!

A fantastic thing has happened in the way of some really great industry feedback lately. The ladies from Alaska Adventure Chicks have written a fantastic account of their day trip to Aialik Bay on the Michael A, and made a pretty fun video to boot! Check it out! Photograph by Myron Rosenberg, ©️, All rights…

2015 Kayak & Gear Sales!

It’s time… Buy a kayak! 2015 Necky Kayaks for sale! 2015 Kayak & Gear Sales View this email in your browser We’re a Necky Dealer… But we can offer so much more than just a kayak!   Is it time for you to own your own boat? Are return times and rental guidelines not your thing? Well – it’s time to take the plunge.  Buy a new 2015 Necky Kayak now and have it arrive in time for the Summer – orders are being collected and will be submitted on April 15th for a mid May target arrival date.  Any kayak Necky builds we can arrange to be shipped and delivered to Homer or Seward for you. Check it out! Shipping prices get more reasonable with volume, so order more than one! Want a sporty new Composite Chattham or a…

2015 Halibut Harvest Guidelines Are In – or – David and Goliath, Trawlers win?

Well guys, it’s official. The 2015 Halibut Harvest Guidelines have been released by the IPHC (International Pacific Halibut Commission).  There are some new rules this year! First of all, carried over from 2014 is the 1 halibut of any size, 1 halibut under 29″ rule.  This means that if we limit out, one of the fish is required to be smaller.  We’re fortunate in area 3A to not be limited to 1 halibut per person, like in some areas of the state.   Also, the crew of the boat are not allowed to retain halibut themselves – this is an effort to reduce overall catch by the charter fleet by not allowing the captain and deckhand as crew members to retain halibut. Additionally, only 1 halibut charter per day may take place on a charter boat – making half day…

The Outboat – A Fishing Icon?

          A Cold Alaskan Reality An Alaskan Outhouse with History Is sometimes living without water: This means trudging outside at whatever hour nature calls, and nestling into your sturdy, albeit occasionally frozen, outhouse.  My outhouse is actually the first boat I ever caught a fish in, 23 years ago. A little tom…

Red Salmon Attack Seward!

The Red Salmon are coming! JR & Claudia limit out for fun on delectable reds beach fishing! Our fantastic guide JR and his wife Claudia have been out at the river every day to keep their callous hands on the heartbeat of the sneaky Red Salmon just starting to run.  As you can see, their…

Amazing Post Season Feedback!

One of the great things about the Holidays is it brings family together. For us, that means that the folks we took fishing and kayaking all summer are in the same room again, chatting about their experiences.  This often leads to a kind letter, a photograph or two, and sometimes even a nice card arriving…

Miller’s Landing Winter News 2013-2014

Miller’s Landing – Fishing, Kayaking, Adventure! Summer 2013! There’s no doubt that this holiday season has brought a lot of work for the Miller’s Landing Crew.  Whittling away at all the boring season to season changes in rates and promotions, we have a great opportunity to preview our 2013 Summer season.  We owe it all…

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