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    I do a lot of winter King fishing in Homer. Last year I rented a slip at the Harbor and stored my boat there but I didn't like what it did to my boat. I rather not tow it back and forth to Kenai because of the roads some days. Can anyone direct me to a place I can store it in a yard or lot? Thanks
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    Check with the Homer boat yard. What did it do to your boat? Was thinking of leaving mine in the harbor this winter to chase kings.

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    Yeah? What happened to ur boat? I'm going back this year unless hell freezes over


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    Yeah, what did it do to your boat???

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    One reason to leave a boat in is there have been times when the fishing was hot, but the ramp was a sheet of ice or that end of the harbor was frozen solid.
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    Bump. What happened to ur boat Kenailce?


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    Looks like I will be working on the peninsula this winter, boat will be in Homer after November for sure.
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