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    Pulled my pot today out of Seward. Full of dungeness again, sure wish we had a season had large males and females with eggs. Tanners are few and far between here. Tuff to find them with only one pot drop per day.

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    How deep are you setting that you are coming up with dungees? I was under the impression they were much more shallow than tanners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by akfunhog View Post
    How deep are you setting that you are coming up with dungees? I was under the impression they were much more shallow than tanners.
    I have caught dungies in PWS in 425 of water in shrimp pots.


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    We are getting them deeper because the sea otters have eaten all the shallower ones so the dungies have moved deeper

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    Quote Originally Posted by polardds View Post
    We are getting them deeper because the sea otters have eaten all the shallower ones so the dungies have moved deeper
    I agree with your assesment 100%!

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    Need to get tlingitwarrior out after them otters in homer and seward and pws some more!!


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    540' was the last pull. 11 dungeses two female with eggs and four large males.

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    We have been getting dungies in Resurrection Bay anywhere from 200-600'. Lots of them in certain areas!

    Quote Originally Posted by GoneAgain View Post
    540' was the last pull. 11 dungeses two female with eggs and four large males.




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