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    Default Ok the big ones are in!

    this one bit out herring first thing this morning!


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    Now you're talking! Keep it up!

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    Sweeeeeeeet

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    Just out of curiosity, has there been any research done on where those big Kodiak fish come from?

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    No but we know where most of the big ones go.....in our fish hole!
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    Just out of curiosity, has there been any research done on where those big Kodiak fish come from?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronP View Post
    Just out of curiosity, has there been any research done on where those big Kodiak fish come from?
    The Kenai. Where else are 70+ pound fish coming from??

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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronP View Post
    Just out of curiosity, has there been any research done on where those big Kodiak fish come from?
    I've been told from a fairly reliable source that they are from a specific tributary of the Skeena River in BC.

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    From what the bio's have told me, a very large percentage of our fish are from BC, and they do get a lot of large fish down there.
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    where are the pictures?
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    From what the bio's have told me, a very large percentage of our fish are from BC, and they do get a lot of large fish down there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kodiakcombo View Post
    where are the pictures?
    NE winds have been killing me down here, wish I had a big island to protect me like you do. I did get out for a few hours last night, hooked up 4, I lost 3, the girl landed one smaller 15lb fish. I'm hoping the winds break for 5 minutes this afternoon.
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    Gotta make due with what youz got! I hope the weather breaks for you, pretty tough here with the wind but doable. You guys should be pulling some fatties out any day.
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    NE winds have been killing me down here, wish I had a big island to protect me like you do. I did get out for a few hours last night, hooked up 4, I lost 3, the girl landed one smaller 15lb fish. I'm hoping the winds break for 5 minutes this afternoon.
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