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    What are the options to the public for taking your boat out of the Kasilof? I have always floated from the bridge to Cohoe cove is there any other places.Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ron_linder@hotmail.com View Post
    What are the options to the public for taking your boat out of the Kasilof? I have always floated from the bridge to Cohoe cove is there any other places.Thanks
    Yes it is called Kasilof cabins and is the only other pullout. It is way down in the tide zone.
    It is a pullout only and you hook your driftboat to a cable and pull it up the mud and into a uhmw coated aluminum deal that holds your boat at trailer level and then you just back up and winch it on the trailer.
    They are on the same side of the river as Cohoe Cove just further down.
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    Thanks do you take the same road off the highway as you would to get to Cohoe?

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    Yes the same road off the highway.If you need to contact them---the number is 262-6238 ask for Steve the owner.

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    Ok thanks for the info I appreciate it

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    Yeah, just drive on past where you'd turn to go to Coho Cove, when you get to where Coho Loop Rd make a 90 to the left (and turns to gravel if you go straight), turn right and there's a short gravel road that deadends at Kasilof Cabins. I don't remember, but there may even be a sign up.

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