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    Charterboat Operator kodiakcombo's Avatar
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    Default jumped a pair of gadwalls

    And found a nice rack! we have a goat hunter out chasing goats, so we hit a lagoon loaded with gadwalls but only dropped 2!
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    Is kodiak just littered with dead game and fish or do you just have a golden horse shoe up your butt?
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    Quote Originally Posted by c6 batmobile View Post
    Is kodiak just littered with dead game and fish or do you just have a golden horse shoe up your butt?
    If your primary purpose in life is to fish and hunt, Kodiak would be one of the best choices for a place to live. However, in this day and age, unless commercial fisherman or guide, making a living there can be tough I think. Bud
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    Quote Originally Posted by akblackdawg View Post
    If your primary purpose in life is to fish and hunt
    I think it is. Unfortunately my wife and those I owe money too probably see it a bit different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by c6 batmobile View Post
    I think it is. Unfortunately my wife and those I owe money too probably see it a bit different.
    Couldn't agree more, I share your dilemma .....LOL
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    To live here you and your wife have to have several jobs and love em or it gets tough, I mean we rely on wind, weather and the return of fish and wildlife to the area. Every season we hope for the best and take what mother nature deals us, always looking to the bright side, thats the only way to make it! Today my son and I trolled up 3 kings to the underwater camera for us to share with you only to have the footage erased by my apple computer!! we willl try again tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kodiakcombo View Post
    To live here you and your wife have to have several jobs and love em or it gets tough, I mean we rely on wind, weather and the return of fish and wildlife to the area. Every season we hope for the best and take what mother nature deals us, always looking to the bright side, thats the only way to make it! Today my son and I trolled up 3 kings to the underwater camera for us to share with you only to have the footage erased by my apple computer!! we willl try again tomorrow.
    Those computers will get you every time. If I ever get a salt water boat again I want one of those underwater camers, think they would be loads of fun to watch while fishing. Bud
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