No, I'm not looking for any fishing spots...this time. The wife and I are going down to stay with a friend in Homer over the 4th and I've never put my boat in the water there nor have I even been on the water there. I have been to Seward and Whittier many times so I'm not a rookie when it comes to salt water. I have an 18' Harbercraft, canvas top with a 50 hp Honda prop and 5 hp kicker so I won't be straying too far away but I would like to spend several hours on the water while showing them the sights.
My passengers will be two non fishermen, (err, women) and we're just looking at having a nice day on the water, weather permitting of course. I've given some thought of going over to Seldovia. Is there a place to go have lunch over there?
I don't have the charts for that area yet but will get that done Monday or Tuesday so I can study up on the place. I did find an older thread here that gave me the link to the Coast Pilot 9 booklet and I'm printing a lot of that out to read also. That booklet has a TON of good info in it!
Oh yeah, where are the launches in Homer? Are they only in the small boat harbor or are they scattered around the spit? Any idea of launch fees, parking area and fees?
In other words, I don't have a clue about Homer and I'm in need of someone to electronically grab me by the earlobe and lead me around in advance so I don't feel like a total dweeb when I get there. Thanks guys.