P.O. Box 1085, Anchor Point, Alaska 99556 • (907) 299-0283

Our season starts early May with our early king salmon run, which are migrating north and feeding on the herring and hooligan that also migrate along our beaches. At this same time big halibut are caught closer to shore as they too are feeding on the same bait fish. As the first run of kings peaks around the end of May the halibut action really starts to pick up! Our second run of kings the big "Kenai kings", headed to the Kenai and Kasilof rivers start coming by our fish camp mid to the last of June, with the run starting to peak from the 4th of July to the 15th.

Beginning the last week of July our silver salmon start showing up and are probably pound for pound the most fun to catch of all the 5 pacific salmon species that pass by.

While halibut fishing remains constant we can put a pole out for silvers and catch both at the same time without moving the boat. Also while trolling or mooching for silvers, an occasional king salmon is caught, which we call feeder kings. They aren't going to spawn in our waters this year and some are even bound for British Columbia streams. The silver action continues thru August and into Sept. along with good catches of halibut. For the most part our weather seems to start to deteriorate and the halibut start to out migrate to deeper waters in the Gulf of Alaska.

Then it's hunting season!