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  • Kodiak Silvers

    I'll be up on Kodiak Island in mid September to fish for silvers, any suggestions on where to fish and what they hit? I was on the Russian last Sept. and they loved the egg sucking leeches. Also, I was told to bring up a float tube, do they use float tubes while fishing for silvers?

    Thanks for your help.

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    I've found ESL's and green clousers work well for me. pretty much any stream on Kodiak that empties into the ocean can hold a run of silvers. Some of the more popular i.e crowded streams are the Buskin and the American rivers. I like fishing the tidal flats around Sargent creek.
    About the only place that I have seen people fish for silvers from a float tube is a fairly large pond right after the road splits on the way to chiniak. I can't remember it's name. I've heard it can be productive but I have no first hand experience.
    At sea, it's force not reason that confers sovereign rights

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    • #3
      Float tube + pasagshak laggoon = nantucket sleigh rides
      I choose to fly fish, not because its easy, but because its hard.

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      • #4
        Using a float tube at Monashka Bay when the silvers are jumping beyond reach seems productive for others. I'm gonna put in with my kayak and try it since I don't have a float tube.

        Agree with others....pretty much any stream. Early morning is best for calm fish and less competition from fisherman.

        Good luck

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        • #5
          They also use float tubes on Kalsin Pond.
          I like the ESL but also keep a supply of bunny leaches in various colors.
          Dave

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