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    Default Seward Weather

    I've heard the weather in Seward has been pretty bad the last few weeks. Does anyone know if there is speculative changes on the way?

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    Weather has sucked outside the bay. The forecast changes every day and it has become impossible to make long term plans. Check the Marine weather for Gore Point to Suckling Point. Next few days are only looking for 5-6 foot seas which is doable for a smaller boat.

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    Default Seward Marine Weather

    I just checked and it said 2' seas for Resurection Bay through Mon. You really should check it as often as possible. It can change fast. Check the out lying areas near where you want to go also.

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    Default Small Craft Advisory

    The Marine forcast for outside Resurrection Bay has changed to a Small Craft Advisory with 25 kt winds and 9 foot seas though Thursday night letting up to 15 kt winds and 5 foot seas Friday until Monday night. You can check it at http://www.arh.noaa.gov/wmofcst.php?...FC&type=marine PWS looks good though.

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    Default Seward Waters

    Headed for Pony Cove last Sunday, got past Calista Head, water turned
    to crap. Lots of boats continued on out, but I do not like to beat my
    self to death in 5-6 ft seas. Not much fun in my opinion....

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    Default Heading Out Satuday

    I'm planning to launch on Satuday Morning. Figured I'd fish Calisto Head and play it by eye. Anyone else headed out on Satuday?

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    We are headed down Saturday morning and plan to spend the night for two days of fishing. Hope the waters stay as forecast and the sun is out for a change. Hope we can fill up on Silvers early and head out for some rockfish and halibut.

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    Went out on a charter yesterday, and they ran all the way out to Montague on the Gulf side. Mostly 6' swells with occasional 12's.

    Fishing was a bit slow, but we couldn't have asked for nicer weather. The crew said they'd had 1 1/2 weeks of rain and snot prior to yesterday. If the weather holds, it should be one of the nicest weekends all summer.

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    Thumbs up Fri/Sat (28-29th)

    Friday was pretty rough heading out around 7pm. Calmed down slightly around Fox island. Spent the night in Sunny bay then headed to Pony cove on Sat. Water was great on Sat and we even got some sunshine! 3 guys fishing and we brought back 8 silvers, 6 black bass, 1 yelloweye, and 1 ling. Silvers were slow so we went out and tried for halibut and rocks for a while. Packed it up and headed home around 5pm. Great day to be on the water.
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    Unhappy Flat out DUMPING RAIN!

    Been better here in Sewardville...Its raining like Lions and Wolves. Not to bad for wind though. Don't forget about the road constrution beating everyone to death. Not a good day to be trying get in the water W/O delays.

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    Of course you caught that ling outside Res Bay........right?

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    Default As a matter of fact......

    YES we did ) Had we been keeping them inside the bay we would have kept 4.....
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    Default Weather report

    resurrection Bay
    525 Pm Adt Tue Aug 1 2006
    .tonight...variable Wind 10 Kt. Seas 3 Ft. Rain Showers.
    .wed And Wed Night...s Wind 10 Kt. Seas 3 Ft. Rain Showers.
    .thu And Thu Night...s Wind 25 Kt. Seas 5 Ft.
    .fri...n Wind 15 Kt. Seas 3 Ft.
    .sat And Sun...variable Wind 10 Kt. Seas 2 Ft.


    cape Suckling To Gore Point
    400 Pm Adt Tue Aug 1 2006
    .tonight...variable Wind 10 Kt Becoming E 20 Kt After Midnight. Seas
    5 Ft. Patchy Fog. Rain Showers.
    .wed...s Wind 20 Kt. Seas 5 Ft. Rain Showers.
    .wed Night...se Wind 20 Kt. Seas 6 Ft.
    .thu...se Wind 40 Kt. Seas 15 Ft.
    .thu Night...e Wind 50 Kt. Seas 17 Ft.
    .fri...se Wind 25 Kt. Seas 10 Ft.
    .sat And Sun...variable Wind 10 Kt. Seas 6 Ft.
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