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    Slamming multiple species in Seward!

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    NICE!!!!

    Thanks for posting that was fun to watch.
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    Excellect!

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    30 pack of hos

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    Sweet vid Steve, thanks for getting the Gringo in there...look forward to more!

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    Bottoms Up Boys!! Thanks for the show

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    Awesome video! Great music mix as well!

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    That video rocks!!!!!!

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    Makes me not want to be at work even more. Cool video. It's fun to see the fish and otters under water.

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    Really good time! I think it took all of 2 minutes to get Kyle hooked up with a good halibut on his first drop. We couldn`t get away from the YEs though and the release got a workout. We ran probably 225 miles in 2 days and while we didn`t catch a bunch of halibut the ones we did get were nice. Burned lots of gas, got some good injuries, picked up a nice sunburn, and broke some gear....good stuff!!

    Thanks again Kyle for putting us up at the USAF campground...sure was nice. Really enjoyed running with ya.


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    Were you guys using a rockfish descender out there, and if you were could you describe what kind you used?

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    Pretty small boat for those waters is it not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARTSBEST View Post
    Pretty small boat for those waters is it not?
    Not really...I feel alot better in it than anything under 26' that I`ve been on. Kinda refreshing to know you won`t sink. It can be a rough ride at times but I`ve had it in 16+' waters and it works as advertized. It can be nerve racking in huge waters but it rarely takes water over the beam and as long as you are moving it is self bailing. I have plenty of power and that makes a big difference in the rough stuff.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bigfish6025 View Post
    Were you guys using a rockfish descender out there, and if you were could you describe what kind you used?
    I use a couple different ones depending on the size of the fish...1 is an inverted de-barbed J hook on a mono leader with a 3# cod weight and the other is a comercial one that looks like a clothes pin with a # of lead.


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