So I'm running my eyes over my GPS blue charts and I come across some serious bottom structure in a rather remote location in AK (i.e an area I never see people fishing). It turns out I'm headed to the village nearest this place in a few days (though its still some 40+miles from that village) to try for some bottom fish (lings, yellow eye, butts). Thats my only clue for those of you who want to hunt down this map, i.e. its in AK and within 40-50 miles from a village. I've got a boat to use out there and I thought maybe I'd swing out to this location and give it a try. I have no clue really what will be out there since I've never fished a bottom structure as unique as this. Only thing is I don't want to burn that much fuel on a whim. The spot is a good ways from some fishing I know will be good for halibut. Thought maybe I'd throw the idea by a couple of you and see what you thought. Wondering what type of fish might be in the area and if anyone has fished a relief similar in any way to this. I don't intend on giving away all the secrets of this place, and hey, it may suck, but I guess if you were patient enough on the numerous AK blue charts you might come across it. Anyway here goes! Let me know what you think might be down there. I'm leaving Fairbanks in a 2 weeks to head over there. I'm looking at the hole in the pic. It is ~2 miles long and almost ~1/2 mile wide at the widest point. At first I wasn't sure if it was even real!