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    Charterboat Operator kodiakcombo's Avatar
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    Default 63.2 pound king

    currently the leader in the Kodiak Island Wide tournement, Tony and his partners braved the NE 40 knot winds to pull this hog out from the Old Harbor area.
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    Wow! Nice, I bet the picture doesn't really show how huge it is....


    Fish On!
    You know your not catching any fish when you start talking about the weather...


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    Default 100 pounder trapped in a 63 pound body

    We did notice it looked like a 40 pounder my other charter landed earlier in the week.
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    Default Kings

    NICE FISH! Send some to cook inlet!

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    wow,,,those musta had yer rod bending.

    awesome fish

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    How are we supposed to get any fish in Cook Inlet when KodiakCombos catches all the big ones There is nothing like catching a big king in salt water, and they taste goooooooooooooood!
    Jeff, not looking for trade secrets, but are you cut plugging your bait or rigging whole? Purple label! Thats big bait, but its obviously working.

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    What a great fish!!!!!!!

    That photo is so very cool too. Its very ALASKAN.

    Its not always beautiful when we go out and sometimes thats when the magic happens.

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    Those boys must have lots of faith in the Coasties to make them go out in a true 40kt.......

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    Default whole bait

    The kings like em whole, plug also works but take too much time.

    We are lucky to live in a strait and can fish the lee sides of beaches and little islands, we boat like you should fly....everything is checked and double checked.
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