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    Default 2009 Fishin pics!

    It's that time already! Post pics for the 2009 season here!
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    2 more month, wishing everyone a great season

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    Default We hope 09 is as good as 08!

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    The wife and I are looking forward to the coming season. Last year treated us well.

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    Default 2009 hardwater pics

    pike fishing


    big lake char


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    Default February 22, 40 lbs.


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    Question Where is that?

    Mountain Trapper, Is that in Juneau?
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    Lv2fish87 upper kenai Feb 22
    Last edited by alaskachuck; 04-16-2009 at 20:17.
    Grandkids, Making big tough guys hearts melt at first sight

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug from Anchorage View Post
    Mountain Trapper, Is that in Juneau?

    Yeah thats Juneau..

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    they're not the prettiest fish but they are my first on the kenai.




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    Default Karluk Silver

    Had a great week on the Karluk:

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    Default Lots of ice

    Still chasing lakers.
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    Nice pics guys. I can't wait to see some of them MONSTER Halibut, hopefully with my jigs hanging from their jaws.


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    Default went outside to chase trout.

    Went to Forks WA, for some spring fun.
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    Default Pike 09

    My daughter caught 2 small 17-18" pike Saturday Ice fishing. We also managed to catch and release 15-20 rainbows in the 12-14" range.

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    My son's first sheefish of the spring. It was followed shortly by about 26 more. Fun day!


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    Quote Originally Posted by crashAK View Post
    they're not the prettiest fish but they are my first on the kenai.



    Nice fish bro what river was that at?

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    I ment what part of the river looks pretty cold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigjigs4bigfish View Post
    Nice pics guys. I can't wait to see some of them MONSTER Halibut, hopefully with my jigs hanging from their jaws.


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    Just for you Dean. Not this year. A few years back. It was a 4th of July and it was about 70F out . . . and flat calm.



    I want to make it clear that I don't normally keep big females like this. I usually let all 100# fish go. Just cut the leader off. This was the first barn door fish the kid had seen and he really wanted to keep it. We've let several go the past two summers approaching 150#. The tide book pegged this one at 207# +/-

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    These aren't Alaska fish, but they're fish none the less. I thought you all might enjoy them.
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