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    Member Jan from Humboldt's Avatar
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    Thumbs up Chicken ranching and a thanks.

    Here's a California Pacific halibut I took a couple of days ago out of Eureka on a glo B-2 squid, it dressed out at 13 pounds but real tasty eating. They are are getting them in the 50-80 range on a regular basis here.

    Thanks for all the tips you guys have posted here, it sure helped me.

    Here's a picture, I can't get it to post here for some reason.


    http://www.fishsniffer.com/cgi-bin/f...num=1179543934

    Now I gotta get out there and get one that won't fit in the fish box.

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    I used to fish that area too when I was a kid. Went to work for a lumber mill in Smith River and drove chip trucks down to the paper mills until the Enviromental Waco Terrorists put me and 49,000 other folks out of a job.

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    Wink whoa there bassking!!!

    didn't know you hailed from california!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by homerdave View Post
    didn't know you hailed from california!!

    Well I was born in Southern Cal (Dad in the Air Force) and when he retired we moved to northern Cal were we both worked for the lumber companies. That was back when California was a good place to hunt and fish before the Environmental Activist Waco Terrorists took over!

    I left shortly after that.

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