Well, we got back from SE Alaska, the Akwe River. The Akwe is located in the Tsongas National forest and is approx. 70 miles S of Yakutat. Very remote. We flew into Yakutat on the 14th, got picked up by a small Cessna and landed on the beach next to the river. Beautiful flight a few hundred feet off the trees. Saw bear and moose on the way over. From there we had a mile journey in an 8-wheeled argo to the jet boats, from there 8 miles or so to camp. Small camp, no-one around and we are the only people on the entire river. This is the way to experience Alaska. I've been up to the camp in September for coho (H.I.C. Tours, I would greatly recommend if anyone is looking to getaway. The guide owns the business, so he is gone and out of reach most of the year. Even sat phones are difficult to get a signal on. I have a local contact, if anyone wants info just PM me), but this is the first time I've been up for Kings. HIC Tours is the only guide permitted to establish camp and guide on the Akwe (as I understand it) so there are no other fishermen on the river (8 max to camp). We had to work for the fish, but we eventually found them. Just not nearly as plentiful as the coho run. However, I did land a 36" steelhead, 25 lb Chinook and a Red within the span of an hour. The wildlife was amazing. Fox, moose, bear, otter, beaver, etc, etc, etc. All in all, a fantastic trip. Can't wait till this September for coho again.