What do I bring on our trip?
It is important that you dress warmly, as weather can change quickly and we head out rain or shine. Rain gear and layers are recommended but boots are optional. You may purchase fishing licenses and salmon stamps on board if needed.
How many pounds of fish can I expect to bring home?
There are many factors determining the amount of finished product from a day’s fishing trip. Based on the type of fish and the day’s total. The range of final product yield is typically between 20-45% of the total poundage caught.
How do we process our day’s catch?
Our fish is processed professionally at a nearby plant which specializes in sport-caught fish. We bleed the fish and slush-ice at sea for a premium care which continues as the fish is vac-packed and blast frozen shoreside. While scheduling flights, clients should be aware that processing can take up to 24-hours, but that shipping the product to their home is always an option. For processing and shipping rates and fees, clients can visit Island Seafoods at www.islandseafoods.com
How much are fishing licenses & King Salmon stamps?
For the most recent information regarding fishing regulations, check out the Fish & Game link: www.adfg.alaska.gov Fish Regulations
What are the current fishing regulations in Kodiak?
Our normal departure is at 8 a.m. Clients should make sure to arrive by 7:55 a.m. We typically return in the late afternoon between 4- 6 p.m. Both the U-Rascal and Moon Shadow are located in St. Paul Harbor, on 210 Shelikof Street in adjacent slips, B-44 and B-2.
When and where do we meet the boat?
A 50% deposit is required to confirm reservations. Cancellation made 30 days prior to the scheduled dates may receive total refund. If the trip is cancelled by the operator due to weather or other reasons, clients can choose to be rescheduled on a later date or receive a full refund.