There seems to be some interest in the private boats trying to make the run to Nuka Bay from Seward. I thought I would give you all a few points on trying to make that trip.
First of all and most important, it is a long way from Seward and very remote. There is nobody and nothing for 80 miles in any direction. Once you get there, catching fish is the easy part. If you look at the North Gulf Coast on a chart, you will notice that Gore Point ( the eastern entrance to Nuka Bay) is much farther South than say Montague. This bears important when looking at the weather. In general Nuka weather is windier and rougher than it is at the western entrance of Prince William Sound. My point is pick your days since you could run all the way out there only to find the swell and wind roaring up into the bay. I've done it before and it sucks.
Second the Pie Islands..Outter Island is CLOSED TO FISHING. It is federally protected and a sea lion rookery. If you get caught fishing that area you will get fined 10,000 dollars and they can take your boat. Ignorance of the law is not a free pass according the NOAA officer. NMFS flys planes over the area and they have a fast enforment boat that will go out there. In addition there are scientists on the island that will report you as will any commercial or charterboat that sees you fishing that area. The Island has a 3 mile no fishing zone around it. Respect this law or you will lose more than the money you spend on fuel.
Finally, I would suggest transiting Macarther Passage. Leave wildcat pass and kitten pass to those that have been through before. There are uncharted wash rocks way off shore of Toe point and some around Outter Island ( I have been here so long, I fished Outter before it was closed to fishing 12 years ago)
IF you want to go to Nuka, then go for it, but be careful! It is a much farther and more involved trip than going to Montague. There are also a lot more fish to be caught over there. I wouldn't consider going with out survival suits and an EPRIB on board. Make sure you tell someone exactly where you are planning on going and when you will be home... It is just too far and remote to buzz over with taking basic safety precautions.
Have fun and be careful