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    hey yall. i am planning my second trip to AK (halibut fishing) and this time would really like to take a sightseeing flight on a small bush plane. any recommendations on outfitters that do this? thanks yall!

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    Where will you be halibut fishing? Homer? Prince William Sound? Kodiak? Other?

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    Homer Air at www.homerair.com and Steller Air at www.stellerairservice.com out of Homer.
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    Or Dragonfly Aero in Homer if you can fit into a Cub on floats.... http://www.floatplanealaska.com/
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    aloha...dont know where i will be fishing yet...maybe Deep Creek again.


    Quote Originally Posted by Monguse View Post
    Where will you be halibut fishing? Homer? Prince William Sound? Kodiak? Other?

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    If your going to be down kenai way check out talon air. http://www.talonair.com/ They do a grat fishing trip where you get to see the bears. and they throw in a glacier trip.

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    Try http://stellerairservice.com/ out of Beluga Lake in Homer.

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    thanks yall so much! i am checking all these links out!

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    My site, the Dragonfly Aero one is out of date and for some reason is now on one side of the page. Now it won't let me update it....
    Argghh I hate computers....

    I assume from your nom de plume that you are a pilot. In those cases I just sit in the back and let you do the flying, while I play tour guide.
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    Gary porter, owner, Bald Mountain Air http://www.baldmountainair.com/, is another really good possibility. Decades of experience and great airplanes. They have an office on the Homer spit.

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