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    The fishing is good early this year!



    Thanks again Chris.


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    Nice video!
    Looks like a good time. Those jigs your using sure seem to work!LOL
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    very nice hard to recognize Rob without the brown on.

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    Were was this at. New to the fishery and trying to grab as much info. as possible.

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    Nice! Great vid! Looks like an awesome trip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike99518 View Post
    Were was this at. New to the fishery and trying to grab as much info. as possible.
    We generally run 40-80 miles in either direction from Seward...just depends on the water.


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    Great video. Man I sure wish I would have ran with you guys.... Next time for sure.
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    Nice way to start the season, way to get done !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike99518 View Post
    Were was this at. New to the fishery and trying to grab as much info. as possible.
    Check your charts for rocky and gravel areas off the mouths of bays and tips of islands and fish 200-300' of water. Move around when areas aren't productive. I've found for me I became much more productive by knowing what to look for and fishing my own points vs. trying to use others gps coordinates.
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