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The wife and I have a charter trip next Saturday the 27th of August out of Seward. Will be camping in the RV. Where would be a good place to fish from shore on Friday and Sunday. The wife doesn't have waders so some shore fishing would be best.
For some beach fishing in Seward, you can cast off the beach at the RV Campground, the beach at 4th of July creek (off Nash road) or out to Lowell Point.
- MikeMike Brown - Owner of Mossy's Fly Shop in Anchorage, Alaska
Congrats on your upcoming trip to AK.! Seward is a beautiful area that does have some shore access in spots. In Resurrection bay there are several areas where one can bank/beach fish in the bay there without waders. On Resurrection Crk. there are also several areas where one can bank fish.
Good luck and enjoy our beautiful state!
Cheers - AdamAdam Cuthriell - Part owner of FishHound Expeditions. His wife Kathryn Cuthriell and business partner Dave "Reps" Repta make up the rest of the company as well as their dogs Hatch, Rado, and Pike. They fish, live, and guide in Alaska year-round. When not guiding on the rivers they guide ice fishing on Alaska's numerous lakes. Originally from Colorado, he began guiding at the age of 19 while receiving a degree in Outdoor Recreation Leadership. Adam is also a current state of Alaska EMT.
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