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July 2002 - The commercial fishing season was going on strong, an opening in progress, so that is why the Fisherman's was empty. One probably doesn't see soda pop at the Fisherman's all that often when the fishermen and cannery workers hit the street of Naknek (well, there aren't that many streets and plenty of cannery workers). This is Margie and me in my Betty Boop Reno shirt.
Written Jan 1, 2004
This was one of the more hoppinist bars in Alaska - in the summertime when all the fisherman and canner workers are in town anyway. If tourists showed up they might like the ambience - the bar is decorated like it should be considering the name. Things like little plaques that people put in their boat about the captain always being right. Stuff like that. They play current dance music, live music, but the drinks are expensive and watered-down drinks (compared to the Willow Tree in Dillingham anyway). By the way, the ATM is kind of scary - no receipts. Use the ATM at the Wells Fargo in King Salmon before you go to the bar.
Dress Code: Rubber boots, waders, fishing gear!
Updated Jan 1, 2004
Address: At the end of the highway - Naknek, Alaska