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    We drifted 4 waypoints(places saved on GPS) each spot we drifted about 200yds at least twice, I try and keep all the jigs the same weight so they drift at the same angle, the guys are walking the jigs with the boat, I reverse once lines get way out to get the gear strait up and down and let the drift start again. Biggest halibut was 85, ling was 45, 3 guys 6 halibut, 6 lings, hand full of black rocks, one yelloweye.
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    Well, personally I think that's a FANTASTIC catch, but we all know what a couple of forum members have to say about not catching silvers and/or kings with all those fish, or a charter captain "bragging" about their catch. I sure hope they don't chime in on your post, too.
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    Good job on the catch. Thats my favorite way to fish also,keep us up to date on the posts.

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    salmon targets on day 2 and sharks on day 3, pics to follow.
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    Nice Catch!!!

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    Grats man. Salmon sharks I assume?


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    Nive Jeff, by far my favorite way to fish. I don;t anchor for halibut anymore, bigger buts on the rock piles jigging for me. I want sharks pics man, I've been looking all year over here, none to be found

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    Great haul! Congrats.

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