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    Default Deep Creek/ Ninilchik Kings

    Any Kings caught yet of shore? When do they start to show up?

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    I heard of one boat that was out there and cought 3, two spawners, and a feeder

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    Default Am I missing something here?

    Seems like Bryan had a legitimate question, and trapperscott a legitimate observation. Why the rabid comment?

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    Yeah, I agree. Just looking for some info not another attack.
    Anybody, been out yet? I'm itching to get the boat out and troll for some kings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan19alaska View Post
    Yeah, I agree. Just looking for some info not another attack.
    Anybody, been out yet? I'm itching to get the boat out and troll for some kings.
    I will be out fishing for kings soon...ignore the haters bro!!

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    Default Holy Haters

    At last, an intelligent conversation between two grown men. I have searched the internet high and low and finally achieve banter worthy of commenting on...

    Let's just go fishing and play nice guys. you'd be surprised at how much more fun you have when you're not focusing on someone elses' behavior.
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    I took off all the bantering/bashing. Lets stay on topic.

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    Red face Not exactly Hot!

    One caught today mid 20's, trolled two & 1/2 hours, seen no others.
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    thanks for the info.

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    Default Deep Creek catch chart

    Bryan,
    Here's a chart from my Peak Fish runs page. And I would say their a little late this year.
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    Default still slow!

    spent quite a few hours trolling saturday afternoons incoming without a fish. ya know how they say a bad days fishing beats a good day at work. well its fun for sure, but theres nothing like fresh blood in the boat! they should be here SOON!

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    Thanks guys, especially for the time line chart. Very helpfull. Good luck to you and I hope you get blood on the boat pole bender.

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    still got to eat the last of last weeks salmon last night! i just hate a dry day of fishing.

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    Smile Yesterdays fish (5-7-07)

    This 42 pounder is one of the largest i've caught this early.
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    Default rails

    Where does one find the rails to put on the boat for the tractor launch?
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    Default Rails

    i do believe that you want them on the trailer. preety much have to build them, i have ot seen a commercially manufactured set that will bolt on and hold up to a few rough beach landings. check w some fabricators.

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    Marita Sea & Ski had some a week ago. Bolt on stlye, but they looked beefy.

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    Default Nice fish profishguide!!!!

    Thats a keeper.

    You ever lost a nice king cause you forgot to pull it back in the boat when taking off? I saw it once, this poor guy had a bright crome 40-50lb king on his stringer ( Kenai below pilars) and when he took off back up river the stringer rip though the gills and away it went. That makes me think, would you be aloud to start fishing agin???

    Well poor guy I hope he atleast got a picture with the salmon.

    Hey profish give a rookie a little help, How deep did you catch it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorboatn View Post
    Thats a keeper.

    You ever lost a nice king cause you forgot to pull it back in the boat when taking off? I saw it once, this poor guy had a bright crome 40-50lb king on his stringer ( Kenai below pilars) and when he took off back up river the stringer rip though the gills and away it went. That makes me think, would you be aloud to start fishing agin???

    Well poor guy I hope he atleast got a picture with the salmon.

    Hey profish give a rookie a little help, How deep did you catch it??

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    Motorboatn,
    As the rules state, uppon landing the king you must tag it and record it on the back of your alaska state fishing liscense. So your question "to keep fishing after the king was lost" would be a NO. It is a shame he lost the fish, but i bet he was glad to have cought such a nice Kenai chromer.

    I don't want to speak on PROFISH's behalf, but the depth he cought his king was probably the same depth he had his hook at. My guess would be some where between the top of the water and the bottom of the ocean.

    Good luck catching a king, if you need any tips or help catching a King let me know. I have done very good over the last few years.

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    Default Bryan!

    Thanks for the info.

    I belive the guy went back to fishing that day. Mabey he didn't punch his tag!!!!
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