Ice!

Chris and I went to Elfin Cove and got the water up and running. All went well again, we had one shower cartridge failure, but other than that another successful spring with no leaks. The first morning we woke up to a thin layer of ice in the cove. As the tide went out the ice laid down on the beach and quietly made cracking sounds as it settled down. Love this time of year. There is nothing like spring in Alaska. The snow has just left the grass has not started growing yet. This next week we start working on the boats and getting them ready for action. Kelly

April 5th 2018

Just finished getting the trailer packed up and ready to go. Rods and Reels, lead weights, and many other supplies are ready to head north. Japeth and Jennie are taking my truck and the tailer this year to Juneau, thru Bellingham aboard the Alaska Marine Highway Ferry System. Jennie is going to work in the post office and Japeth is going to manage the fuel dock in Elfin Cove. I plan to fly up on the 13th of April, we will spend some time in Juneau getting the boats ready and then as staff fly into Juneau we will start making the annual trip back to Elfin Cove. Our first guests arrive on June 3rd. Returning staff this year = Bruce (Head Chef), Jake (Shoreline Chef), Nik (Shoreline Dock

2018 ADF&G King Salmon Regulations

1 per day 3 per year till end of June, then 1 per year annually for non residents. Read the full release at this link. http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/sf/EONR/index.cfm?ADFG=region.NR&Year=2018&NRID=2538 I also have a few openings left. June 3rd & June 10th & Aug 12th and Sep 2nd. Kelly

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