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    Default When does ocean fishing start to slow down?

    I'm thinking about heading out towards Knight Island next weekend and was wondering if fishing will still be hopping for halibut and rock fish? Any input is appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKDoulos View Post
    I'm thinking about heading out towards Knight Island next weekend and was wondering if fishing will still be hopping for halibut and rock fish? Any input is appreciated!
    Rockfish and lings are not migratory fish, so they will still be around. Halibut, kings, and some silvers will also be available.
    Your bait stinks and your boat is ugly

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    Slow down? I can wait for it to start picking up again around the end of the month!!! Kings no less!!! Though that Homer boat launch closure issue is going to be a problem unless you are wealthy enuf to afford a slip for three months or poor enough that you have to use over size Tupperware (kayak). For better or worse, I fit in the latter category.


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    Ya, can't wait for the silvers to push up the rivers and get out of the way.
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    Default When does ocean fishing start to slow down?

    I can definitively say "not yet". Saturday in lower Cook Inlet. Even caught a silver and missed two more trolling in.

    Ten year old son Saturday with his personal best halibut...off a kayak! Should have video and full report in kayak section after the weekend.








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    Great catch. Well done!
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    Good going! Hope he does his own laundry.....

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