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    Default Seward - Reds running?

    I'm staying in Seward for a few days. Thinking of looking around tomorrow (saturday) for some Reds (from shore).

    Anything? I have a few places from the B&B off of nash rd to check, but thought I would check here for any possible help.

    email if that's ok if you don't care to post. codysctc@gmail.com

    Thanks!

    Cody

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    you can try what used to be the culvert by the harbor- there were some caught there a few days ago. 2 hrs before high tide and 2 hrs after high tide were good. Heard that 4th of july creek was hot from a good source but we didnt make it over there- its at the end of Nash rd. you can try mcdonalds too but that will cost.

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    Went down there with two other buddies on thursday and only got one total. Fished two hours before low tide and about a hour after. No fish. dont waste your time.

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    Was fishing at the end of Nash last night. Fishing wasnt hot, got there late and missed the tide, picked up one; saw maybe a dozen caught. Might make a run tomorrow (better timeing) and see.

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    when you guys say the end of nash are you guys talking about spring creek campground? or are you talking about resurrection river flats?

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    About 3 miles up Nash Rd on the right is a sign and parking lot . Turn in there and "Pay the man"

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    Quote Originally Posted by akpolaris View Post
    About 3 miles up Nash Rd on the right is a sign and parking lot . Turn in there and "Pay the man"
    Thinking about running down there for a day or so. How much do I pay the man? Is this a snagging deal...what's the appropriate terminal tackle? Thanks.

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    it is snagging, and i think its $5 per person if im remembering the right place

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garyak View Post
    Thinking about running down there for a day or so. How much do I pay the man? Is this a snagging deal...what's the appropriate terminal tackle? Thanks.
    McDonalds is the place that charges for access and it's been $5 for a while. Don't forget to bring your safety goggles. Think of Russian River combat fishing with lead weighted treble hooks flying when the fish are in.

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