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    Where is my best bet for september silvers. My brothers will be up here for my wedding in early to mid September. Where can I get them into decent numbers of silvers? I am usually focused on hunting by then. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by garnede View Post
    Where is my best bet for september silvers. My brothers will be up here for my wedding in early to mid September. Where can I get them into decent numbers of silvers? I am usually focused on hunting by then. Thanks
    I'm not sure where you will be hunting, but I know they should be showing up in the Delta Clearwater by then...

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    Not sure where you want to be fishing, but Whittier shore fishing is often awesome through mid-September. Big, ocean-bright silvers that really have nowhere to go. They tend to just mill around the harbor area in schools.

    Kenai River also produces silvers then (actually a lot later then that, too).

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    go big. take your bro's on a trip to kodiak. late-running silvers, steelhead, and there's even a chance to shoot some sitka blacktails...

    it doesnt get more alaskan than that.

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    Don't overlook Twenty Mile.

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    Thanks guys, I would love to go to Kodiak, but with a wedding and honeymoon and all its not gonna happen. I will be joining the Fishapolooza gang with them, but I wanted to find more opportunities too. The Whitier harbor is an option as is 20 mile. Though 20 mile would be tough with one motorized canoe and 4 brothers. I will be hunting/fishing in the South Central area.
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    The Little Sue should be producing good numbers of Silvers at that time. Congrats on the wedding! :-)

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    If you'll already be down there for Fishapalooza, just head a little farther down the road and hit the middle Kenai for silvers and rainbows one day.

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    If you are lucky, Drifter will reply here in a few minutes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian M View Post
    If you'll already be down there for Fishapalooza, just head a little farther down the road and hit the middle Kenai for silvers and rainbows one day.
    Yep!!!
    And if you need more boat, get in touch with Max at Alaska Canoe & Camp ground and rent one of his rafts. He has great off season rates and rents trailers for the rafts too!!!
    http://www.alaskacanoetrips.com/rafting.html

    Max is scheduled to join us at Fishapalooza as well.

    Here is some September Silver action from last year!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by danattherock View Post
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    Who ME?

    I don't know how lucky he is though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRIFTER_016 View Post

    I don't know how lucky he is though.

    You tell garnede half of what you know about catching silvers and he will be lucky as this guy.....































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    Quote Originally Posted by danattherock View Post
    You tell garnede half of what you know about catching silvers and he will be lucky as this guy.....

    Meow!!!

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