We were out about 5 miles off Anchor Point on Friday. We had 3 or 4 halibut bleeding off the side of the boat when a large (I guess they are all large when in a 22 foot boat) male Killer Whale slid under my motors trying to get to the fish. I can still see the big eye looking at me between the main and the kicker motor and his mouth starting to open as he went by. I think that since the hali were laying even with my extended transom, he could not get the angle to grab hold of them without hitting the boat, as he went by. Lucky for us he did not hit the boat or motors. We did not give him another chance as we grabbed them out of the water rather quickly. After the one pass under the boat he, a female and 2 smaller KWs breached about 20 yards behind the boat and slowly swam towards Kenai. His dorsal fin looked to be 5 -6 feet tall. Lesson learned: Do not leave your fish in the water too long after you bleed them. The whales make you feel pretty small when they are up close.