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    Default Affordable and quality combo charter out of Seward or whittier

    Looking for insight on an affordable combo ( lingcod, rocks, salmon, butts) out of Whittier or Seward in late June/ early July. Any suggestions?



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    Crazy Ray's, Got 3 trips booked again this season and he does the entire combo not the chicken hole and back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger View Post
    Crazy Ray's, Got 3 trips booked again this season and he does the entire combo not the chicken hole and back.
    This would be my vote for Whittier too.


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    What are his rates? His web site does not have a price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by p.j. View Post
    What are his rates? His web site does not have a price.
    Not sure I just give Brenda my credit card Give her a call. This was yesterday trip on the Crazy Ray's (Brenda posted the photos)

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    Pic is to small on my phone for me to tell but what species of salmon are those?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronP View Post
    Pic is to small on my phone for me to tell but what species of salmon are those?
    Looks like mostly kings (and quite a haul at that!), but those four on the right have me curious. Early chums, perhaps? Or maybe pinks?? The two rows in the front are black rockfish.

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    Just a reminder to the op, if you want to take lings schedule your trip in July as ling season opens July 1st.
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    If you want a great trip, you rate going to have to pay the going rate for it. There is no such thing as Cheap, quality trip. The margins for surviving as a charter captain as so low that the rates reflect the cost of doing business. just look for a good charter and pay the rate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronP View Post
    Pic is to small on my phone for me to tell but what species of salmon are those?
    Pink salmon and Kings
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    Go with profish-n-sea or crackerjack out of Seward. They are absolutely top notch and good guys that will take you where the quality fish are and work their butts off to make it a good day. We went out with captain Neil of profish on June 2 and landed three fish over 75 lbs including my 96lber and a bunch of other solid fish. Best part was captain Neil, he was a beast on deck and fun to hang around, felt more like fishing with a friend than with a charter.

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    I don't know where Ray got the hogs - all I got was Chums on Saturday. I am definitely going to have to book a trip with him. Maybe a couple things will rub off.......and my fishing success will go up.

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