Here's a message that was sent out today by our long time friend Chris Randel, owner of the Indian, This is Sad news, I'm going to miss fishing with Chris.
INDIAN SPORTFISHING IS GOING OUT OF BUISNESS
Hello everyone Today is a very sad day because the Indian is going out of business this March and will no longer be available for fishing trips. The company has been operating in the Red for several years now due to slow fishing seasons, high Fuel prices and a lot of new costly regulations on both sides of the border. This is a very unfortunate situation and we hope you understand our decision to close up shop and move on to bigger and better things. Sincerely,
Indian Sportfishing Inc
GREAT MEMORIES - THOUGHTS OF THE GOOD OLD DAYS
There have been so many fantastic trips on the Indian over the past 15 years that a single one does not come to mind,but I sure will miss running a boat full of egar anglers out to the Tuna grounds. At day break you could feel the excitment in the air as we made our first stop and all heck broke loose with people running around yelling for a gaff and smiling at their friends when they caught a bigger fish. I would like to thank all of you for your patronage and support over the years and I hope you had as much fun on the water as we did.
CAPTAIN RANDEL IS GOING TO ALASKA
I am turning the page and heading North to the Grande Alaska Lodge in Seward this May and will be working as a fishing guide. This is something I have always wanted to do and here is my chance to see Alaska and tap into the great fishing for big Halibut,Lingcod,Salmon and Rockcod. The lodge is awsome and has several boats offering all kinds of trips from 1/2 day up to multi day off shore excursions.