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    Default Feeder kings in Resurrection bay

    Was wondering if there is a fishery for feeder kings in resurrection bay. IF so can you pass along any tips, times or locations. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monello View Post
    Was wondering if there is a fishery for feeder kings in resurrection bay. IF so can you pass along any tips, times or locations. Thanks.
    I know there is....look at my avatar...lol.

    I caught that mooching for silvers, so they are there. Scary thing is that that was a 50 pound king that was going for another year at sea...would've been a monster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monello View Post
    Was wondering if there is a fishery for feeder kings in resurrection bay. IF so can you pass along any tips, times or locations. Thanks.
    Yes. I happen to like to work all of the points on the west side (Callisto/Caines ect) and between the major islands. While they are not everywhere, they do seem like they can be anywhere. I have caught them from April to September in just about every size up to 40 pounds. It is usually rather slow though if you are just targeting them.....

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    Default Feeders

    There are plenty of Kings in the bay.It is not easy to catch them but those who know catch them almost everytime they go out. I would suggest that you take a charter with one of the locals and watch what they do. I am not really good enough at catching them to take charters out - I can catch them about half again as often as the top boat. I don't have the time to really figure it out. I would suggest fishing with Alaska Saltwater Chaters. They are the best at it and have been doing it for years. I don't have anything to gain from pointing you in that direction, but it is my best advice if you want to accelerate your learning curve.

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