What would you recommend to anglers fishing in Seward, Alaska for the first time?

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Lee Leschper
Anchorage, Alaska
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Went fishing with Anchor Down Sportfishing on July 23, 2018
Devote several days and try different trip options...so you increase your odds for both good weather and finding the fish. And savor the whole experience, the whales and sea otters, the food, the people and history. And listen to the guides--unless you've fished a lot of Alaska, it's not like anything you've done before. And be flexible--make the most of whatever the weather and fish gods offer. And at the end of the day, have the best dinner in Alaska at The Cookery.

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Mike Gozdor
United States
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Went fishing with Anchor Down Sportfishing on May 15, 2019
Check the weather have good rain gear if the weather is nasty. If you get sick on the water be sure to stop and get stuff to help so you have a enjoyable time on the water fishing catching slob halibut. Also get lots of sleep cause Bobbie will have you catching fish.

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Jesse Sawyer
Seattle, Washington
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Went fishing with Anchor Down Sportfishing on May 27, 2018
Find a nice place to stay. Get good rest. Ensure you are rested, Have a lunch and take some non drowsy Dramamine if you even think you might be sick. It is hard to have a good experience when you are getting sick. Wear warm cloths (layered) and wear non slip waterproof shoes. NO BANANAS ON BOARD!!!!!!!!!! Don't forget rain gear.