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Thread: Cannery Creek or drift river access

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    Question Cannery Creek or drift river access

    I own a remote recreational parcel between cannery creek and the drift river. I have done a flyby survey.

    Am trying to determine the best water access - up the shallow drift river in a jet or zodiac if possible.......or,

    portage the zodiac up the cannery creek falls, and motor in.

    Anyone with experience in access to the Cannery Creek Remote Recreational Staking area --- I would love to talk to you.


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    Thumbs up Cannery Creek or Drift River Access

    I have not been there in years but used to fly a helo under contract to Cook Inlet Pipeline Co. They own the terminal at the mouth of Drift River. You might contact them and ask permission to fly in to their runway, or hire a bush pilot to land you on the beach at low tide. Cannery creek is right there next to the terminal facility. There is some really beautiful country there. If you are on cannery creek at the right time, the salmon are so thick yoiu can hardly see the water. Good luck with your rustic home in the wild.

    PS "WATCH OUT FOR BEARS" There used to be LOTS of them around there!

    I am retired now and living in the SE lower 48, but will never forget the beauty of the area around Drift River.


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