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    I'm currently deployed to Iraq and will be coming home for R&R during late August and early September. Anyone have any recommendations of places to go and possible guides/lodges for that time frame?

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    Where will you be coming home to? The Anchorage/Southcentral area or the Fairbanks/Interior area?

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    First of all, thanks for your service!

    Any interest in a float trip? I know a great river in SW for silvers, dollies, and bows if you have 7-10 days. Easy float, good solitude, great fishing, and nice scenery. Shoot me a pm if a float trip is of interest. Happy to help if applicable.

    Some pics from our recent float trips are below. Three trips in arctic NW and one in SW.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/2114408...27567944/show/



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    That is a geat slid show looked like a lot of fun for all, i would love to go the next time in back in the country
    Thanks for sharing

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    That trip looks awesome! I really want to spend 2 to 3 days fishing and catch some fish. I'd like to include my wife even though she's not a big fisher.

    I'll be coming home to Fairbanks for roughly 14 days.

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    Try this place in Seward, caters to current and ex-military. http://www.sewardresort.com/
    It is a first class outfit and reasonable, close to town. Thanks for your service
    If the silvers are in heavy get with Crackerjack, do a 1/2 day with Capt Jeff, the limit on silvers is better in Res. Bay and your wife will have a blast. If the salmon are not doing well, go for lings and halibuts, it will be a little longer boat ride

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    Thanks! I appreciate it. I can't wait to get home and catch some fish hopefully!

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