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    Default We dont need no sticking gym!

    Kodiak Tuna moved it! Who needs a gym when we have these to work out with?
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    Very nice!

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    So beautiful. Good catch. Thanks for sharing.

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    Those are some fatty's!!! Those Kodiak fish are always nice...

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    Beautiful fish, congrats !

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    You are a tuff guy, I did that with a couple of 24lb kings once and had to say hurry up and take the pic LOL

    looks like you are on your way to a good season. I see they raised the limit to 3 kings down in SE (Sitka Ketch Pete) must
    be a politician setting limits again$. Keep those pics coming!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kodiakcombo View Post
    Kodiak Tuna moved it! Who needs a gym when we have these to work out with?
    You are definitely living the dream my friend. Living the dream!

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    Hard to beat a pair of Kings like those. Time to get out the rice and seaweed....roll up some sushi!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolinaboy View Post
    Time to get out the rice and seaweed....roll up some sushi!!!
    AFTER FREEZING them for the required period. Don't need no worms hanging out his backside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ValcoBayrunner View Post
    You are a tuff guy, I did that with a couple of 24lb kings once and had to say hurry up and take the pic LOL

    looks like you are on your way to a good season. I see they raised the limit to 3 kings down in SE (Sitka Ketch Pete) must
    be a politician setting limits again$. Keep those pics coming!
    Considering the King Salmon all gear quota down here is 439,000 fish, vs. last years' 176,000 fish (roughly 2.5 times last years quota); 3 sport fish per day vs. 1 fish per day last year makes sense. Our King Salmon runs are healthy down here, and are nothing like your dismal south central king salmon runs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anythingalaska View Post
    Our King Salmon runs are healthy down here, and are nothing like your dismal south central king salmon runs.
    "Healthy" only because of the production coming out of rivers in the PNW and BC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishNphysician View Post
    "Healthy" only because of the production coming out of rivers in the PNW and BC.
    Sure enough, no kings come out of local rivers, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishNphysician View Post
    "Healthy" only because of the production coming out of rivers in the PNW and BC.
    That may be true, but my statement still stands. Plus, there are good local hatchery runs of kings here as well; even if they don't make up a large majority of the overall fish caught here.

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