Here is a video of a trip I did starting and ending in Port William on the south side of Shuyak Island. I paddled west out Shuyak Strait and down through Devil Bay to Devils Inlet. Then I did a counter-clockwise loop linking lakes and mountains together and finished via Bluefox and Redfox bays. It was an approximately 45-mile loop, and given the 4.5 days between mail flights to Port William, that made for a very leisurely trip. There were very few bugs, the hiking in the mature spruce forest was quite easy, I encountered almost no brush, and other than being exposed to the Shelikof around Devil Bay, the paddling sections were reasonably protected. All in all, this trip offers the biggest bang for your backcountry buck that I can think of in the Kodiak Archipelago. If you are looking for a remote adventure in a spectacular area with minimal suffering, this is your trip.