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    Default Current Silver Update in PWS

    Headed out of Whittier tomorrow morning to try and fish for silvers for some out of town guest. Does anyone have any advise on where to go in close that might still produce a few fish? Anyone coming off the water from this weekend might be able to shed some light...

    As always, much appreciated, thanks.

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    We caught a few from the north end of Culross Passage out around the outside of Culross. It was hit and miss all the way down the island, but they're around.

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    They are at the south end of Unakwik Inlet, we have been getting them trolling spoons.

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    Just throwing this out there..but unless you keep your boat at whittier or just love the PWS.. I would head to seward for the silvers...they are pretty thick in there. Seems to be a better bite with less gas to burn or time there...I understand the beauty of the PWS..so sure this is why you are going....with silvers for a bonus.
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    Picked up a few NW of Crafton Island just outside of Main Bay. Trolled the shelf just outside the mouth of the bay in 40-80 feet of water. Fish concenbtrations were spotty...

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