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    Default clam charter for across the inlet

    Any recommendations for charters to take across cook inlet out of ninilchik area?

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    I believe Jeff with Fishing Fool Charters still does it out of Deep Creek. Great guy.
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    Bottom Line Charters is good and have been doing it a long time and as a bonus they make burgers and dogs for a lunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob B View Post
    I believe Jeff with Fishing Fool Charters still does it out of Deep Creek. Great guy.
    Does he fly people across the inlet to dig clams?

    Just curious......
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    Nope. Sure doesn't. He does it out of his Halibut Charter business.
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    Most halibut charters are probably open to it as the halibut fishing is difficult during the clam tides in Lower Cook Inlet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by polardds View Post
    Most halibut charters are probably open to it as the halibut fishing is difficult during the clam tides in Lower Cook Inlet.
    You mean boating people all the way across just for clams?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4merguide View Post
    You mean boating people all the way across just for clams?
    of course that what he/we mean, its a blast

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