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    Member Col. F Rodder's Avatar
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    Default Nushagak king outfitters?

    Looking for recommendations for a Nushagak king outfitter. I don't mind roughing it, so boats and food won't have to be 1st class. Just want an outfitter that can put me on fish and has a good shore location for fishing and little after dinner.
    1st choices on dates? Last week of June or 1st week July.

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    I'll hold on to my Bible & my Guns, you can keep the change!!!

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    Smile Nush Push!

    I worked for John(Jake)Gaudet for 8 years but after he passed away I decided to work for other outfits. Best place I have found so far is: Nushagak River Adventures
    Talk to Brad 1-888-844-9737 www.FishTheNush.com
    Last week of June has been the best by far as of late. post some pics soon of the lodge(private land) and camp etc, have fun

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    Default Nush!

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    Default Nush!

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    Default fishing the nush

    I had the pleasure of fishing with Jake on two occasions. The first was at his main camp. All the amenities plus had great food. Fishing available right out front of camp. The second time I did his spike camp. You have to haul all your own gear and food but it was considerably cheaper. They provided tent and cots also cooking facility and one shared boat. I enjoyed the challange of shore fishing over boat fishing. Haven't fished the Nush since Jake passed away. He was a hell of a guy and great hunter. A big plus is his camp is one of the last camps before the Nush dumps into Bristol Bay. This means you get first crack at the kings on the tidal push.

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