Happy New Year!
We usually spend mid-late July at our place in Sterling, fishing Kenai reds, Deep Creek halibut, and sometimes go to Seward for silvers. I've been itching to go to Kodiak and wonder if the fishing is good enough to spend 2-4 days there; maybe drive to Homer, take our truck on the ferry?? BTW, how much is the ferry to take a truck to Kodiak? Are reds or silvers running in freshwater during that time there? Also, for someone who's never been to Kodiak, could I expect to find good fishing on my own? Anyone live there to show us the ropes if we come? Really want to go there! Probably do a salt water trip too! Never caught a big king or yelloweye! Saw a show on TV on Kodiak fishing and that got the fire going! Any resonable place to stay?
Thanks to all,
Last edited by Big Jim; 12-29-2006 at 18:12.
Reason: asked additional question
Have only fished the Ajakulik River (Red River), the reds will reach the top around 7. of june........loads of fish nerby the mouth of the small river going up to Red Lake.
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