Since I asked so many questions before my trip, I thought it would only be fair to respond with how we did. Fished the Kenai Peninsula 7/25/07 to 8/1/07 and ended up with 330 lbs of fish fillets. The six fish sockeye limit really helped out the weight. I was amazed at how well the fish boxes kept the fish frozen. We had fish in the boxes over 33 hours and all were still frozen solid when we arrived home. This was my first trip so I don't have any guage on good vs. bad sockeye runs. All I can say is that we limited out most days in about 6 hours. Fished from the Russian River to Stewart's Landing. Best sockeye fishing was around Bing's Landing. King fishing was slow. Two of us fished three days with a guide on the Kenai and only caught one chromer 35 lb king. I never even saw any of the BIG fish. Made the drive to Hope and had a blast catching pinks (just for fun). I'm not even going to guess how many we caught. I can tell you that there are lots and lots of fish and you should have no problem catching them from dark to dark. I caught one small dolly at the Sterling Hwy bridge. One of my best days ever of guided fishing occured during our Seward combo trip. We caught our limit of silvers in about 30 mintues before heading toward Montongue Island (not sure about spelling). Our guide put us on a spot that was crazy. I was jig fishing and cauaght ling cod and halibut non stop the entire time. I even caught a yellow eye. Biggest halibut on the boat was 98 lbs. Biggest for me was 58 lbs. Great trip and can't wait to do it again. Thanks for all the information that we collected from this forum. It really was helpful.