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    Just got back from the long weekend and decided to plop down a report for everyone that is avoiding the crowds... the fishing in Homer pretty much stinks for Kings right now; I caught one in 4 flood tides and bupkus the rest of the time. The harbor seals are out in force and making the kings really sketchy; they come into the lagoon just under the sound barrier and seal isn't far behind. My 3 year old caught her first fish off the end of the spit; a 3# dolly varden and boy was she stoked! Pics to come later. The halibut are pretty easy pickings, tons of chickens and a surprising amount of fish in the 70-100 pound range... saw them being cleaned at the tables on the south end of the lagoon. Hope this helps you guys and gals out; hit the spit in about a week or so.
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    Thanks for the report
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    Gary Keller
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    Yeah, was there as well. Didn't hit anythng in the lagoon and was too busy headed out for Butt'. Seen a few folks fishing the incoming tide on the beach approching the lagoon and hitting. #5 vibrex in blue was the popular. Butt was good with #35 large and #20 smallest. Wern't looking for the derby record..just meat.

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