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The Cook Inlet is a large estuary with 180 miles worth of area, stretching from the Gulf of Alaska to the city of Anchorage. It separates the mainland Alaska from the Kenai Peninsula and is a very great location for salt water sports fishing.

This is why the Cook Inlet is quite a popular spot around Homer, Alaska. It offers visitors the chance to go out in the water with the help of various fishing charter companies and have a go at catching main sport fishes. Most of these ?tours? are open to the public especially during the right season, but folks need to be reminded that there are restrictions. For example, each person is only allowed to catch 1 king salmon and 2 halibut per person per day. This restriction can also change, depending on the local ruling.
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