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mrwalleyee

Hey guys, I am looking for info on Halibut Charters out of Juneau Alaska. I figured maybe some of you guys may have been up there recently or know someone that has. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Paul

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harvey lee

I have a friend up there right now and will be home in a few days.I will post about who he used and what he learned in a couple days.

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mrwalleyee

Thanks Harvey. We are leaving on Sat. and returning next Sunday. Should be a fun trip.

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harvey lee

I made a mistake as he was out of Seward.Fishing was pretty good.

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mrwalleyee

Thanks anyways. I hope we can get into some reeeeeeeaaaaaaaaallllllllly big dinner plates up there!

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harvey lee

One big Halibut is all you need.Maybe one the size of a door would work.

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eyepatrol

Have a good one over there Paul! Man would I ever like to go there, if nothing else just for the scenery. Okay, maybe not just the scenery....you GOTTA fish that place too! grin.gif

Have fun and get a big'un!

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mrwalleyee

I hope the sun shines while we are up there. Forcast is for rain and clouds the whole time. I was hoping to get some good pics. You know the one's I'm talking about. Me holding up a trophy with the sun glisining off my rock hard body shocked.gif. Sorry for that image. I'll post up some stuff when I return. Thanks guys, Paul

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eyepatrol

Quote:

Me holding up a trophy with the sun glisining off my rock hard body .


Awe man!!!! Now I am wishing I never would have fished with you last winter...I know what you look like! tongue.giftongue.giftongue.gif find a happy place!...find a happy place!....find a happy place!!!! blush.gif

JUST KIDDING BUD! grin.gif

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mrwalleyee

wink.gif I've been beaten by an ugly stick,

that hurts. It was a heavy action mucky ugly stick.

Talk to you in a week, then it's time to scout for some honkers! I got the itch to pull the trigger on some giants tongue.gif

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mrwalleyee

Well I'm back. Had a wonderful time out halibut fishing in Juneau on Tuesday. My dad and I ended up catching our limit along with some smaller 15#er that we released. Man can those things pull hard. My largest was 44" and weighed around 35-40#. DSCN2099.jpg

Here's a bonus cod that I caught also

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Pulling these fish up from 380-420' was a major challange. My forearms were a burnin'.

I'm not sure if it is ok to post these pics. If not go ahead and delete them and I can email pics to anyone that wants some. Later, Paul

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