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    Default Little Su Guide Services Late Aug. Silvers

    I need some recommendations for a Little Su fishing guide. I want to take my cousin on a 1/2 day or full day trip the last week of August. Any recommendations?

    Tim

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    Tim I would like to suggest a guide that wasn't affiliated w/ the Mayors Blue Ribbon Sportsmans Committee because then you have a true independent, that isn't endorsed by the government w/ our tax dollars





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    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&b...=1&sa=N&tab=lw

    Here is a list of guides for you.

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    Default Be Your Own Guide

    Save yourself the money and get to burma landing at least 45 minutes before first light, even better if you can be there 45 minutes before first light 2-3 hours after high tide....grab rods and backpacks, strap on headlamps and head downstream on river side trail, find fishy-looking hole(s) and fish with roe on bobber, on bottom, or cast #4 silver/blue or silver/ green vibraxes.....catch limit, clean, and be home by noon.....



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    or you could take the My Creek Trail to the river, fish before sun up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullbush View Post
    Tim I would like to suggest a guide that wasn't affiliated w/ the Mayors Blue Ribbon Sportsmans Committee because then you have a true independent, that isn't endorsed by the government w/ our tax dollars
    Did you have someone in mind?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunt&FishAK View Post
    Save yourself the money and get to burma landing at least 45 minutes before first light, even better if you can be there 45 minutes before first light 2-3 hours after high tide....grab rods and backpacks, strap on headlamps and head downstream on river side trail, find fishy-looking hole(s) and fish with roe on bobber, on bottom, or cast #4 silver/blue or silver/ green vibraxes.....catch limit, clean, and be home by noon.....

    Time and gear is the issue. My cousin (non-res) wants to fish for silvers before returning to WA. from hunting. Although, streams along the Parks would probably hold silvers and be fairly accessible too. Something to think about I suppose.

    Tim

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    Tim,

    Keep in touch and if I'm available I'll take you guys out. I'm always looking for a reason to go chase silvers! Help me out with gas is all I would ask.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tccak71 View Post
    Did you have someone in mind?

    Tim
    How about Millers out of Houston? Heck I don't know Tim. I have some angst because of the Blue RIbbon Sportsman committee.. Its not nice of me to try and pass that on to others. I don't know if you guys noticed but I can get a bit cantankerous around Feb and March. When April comes I'm meek as a lamb. When May comes I turn my hostilities toward other gillnetters. You know me, I'm an open book, I can't hide.





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    I've used these guys before with good sucess:

    http://www.fishingalaskasalmon.com/

    http://www.alaskasusitnacharters.com/
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    http://www.fishingalaskasalmon.com/ HA HA his page says "NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THE 2009 ALASKA FISHING SEASON! "

    http://www.alaskasusitnacharters.com/ and his special..."We will be offering an Internet Special for 2009."

    They need to get up to date.

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    Andy Couch and Bill Booth seem to always catch fish down there. They are guides....Bill runs Trophy something or other charters, and Andy runs Fish4Salmon. I know Bill really well and he is a good guy.

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    Thank you for the plug on here. The 9th of Aug. is my last day guiding. School for teachers starts the 11th and I will spend the 10th looking for a moose with my bow.

    Bill

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    I would also recommend Booth, not sure how early you could go but they are top notch guys!

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