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    Trolled the bay Saturday starting at the falls and working toward Lowell Point. Jellyfish were terrible. Couldn't set a line before it was fouled. Friends reported cleaner water at Derby Cove. No idea why, but there were far fewer jellyfish in the cove. We were able to catch 8 Silvers in 7 hours of fishing. Not great, but not bad.
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    Anything in close to snagging range yet?

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    Absolutely!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frostbitten View Post
    Absolutely!!!
    Would u care to elaborate... would like to inform a fried of mine looking to do just that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reel Bob View Post
    Would u care to elaborate... would like to inform a fried of mine looking to do just that
    Beach just south of Millers has lots fish, all the way out to Tonsina.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frostbitten View Post
    Beach just south of Millers has lots fish, all the way out to Tonsina.
    Ill be out trolling that area tomrrow morning. The waters looking decent in the bay for the next day or two. We killed it 2 weeks ago out at the head of the bay.

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    Let us know how you do after fishing and if the jellyfish fowling is still real bad. Iím in Valdez and the fishing SUCKS
    all morning boats coming in reported catching nothing. commercial fleet is mopping up bay here tomorrow, donít know why there is nothing out there. all fish were caught out at jack and galena bay amongst the seiners.

    Quote Originally Posted by arima17sc View Post
    Ill be out trolling that area tomrrow morning. The waters looking decent in the bay for the next day or two. We killed it 2 weeks ago out at the head of the bay.

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    Fished Res Bay this weekend and it was silly to think your down rigger would be clean for more than a minute.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AK2AZ View Post
    Fished Res Bay this weekend and it was silly to think your down rigger would be clean for more than a minute.
    Agreed. The jellies are out in full force. All i picked up were small pinks, no silvers. Flat water and the morning sun made made up for the terrible fishing. I guess thats a wrap for seward.

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    Walked out to Tonsina on Saturday, there are literally thousands of brown jellies dead on the beaches. Its wild

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    All these jellyfish stories are making me want to go back to Whittier rather than head to Seward this weekend.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy82Hoyt View Post
    All these jellyfish stories are making me want to go back to Whittier rather than head to Seward this weekend.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tlingitwarrior View Post
    Best strategy by far. Seward is un-fishable
    Done deal. Thanks.


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    Anyone have any good stories of silvers to report within the last few days? Thinking about making a last of the year run down there over the weekend.

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