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    I have a 18' lund with a 40hp where is a good place to go in Seward for halibut?

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    In the water, right under that one cloud, where you can see that hill if it ain't too foggy.............

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    Thanks for the info LOL

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    It's kinda hard to explain but if you took me along I could show you.

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    Default Halibut in Seward

    So it is possible to rent a boat and fish halibut in the bay without a charter?...

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    18' Lund is a little small for Resurrection Bay if the water kicks up. Try northe of Rugged Island or by the sawdust pile

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    Yes you can fish halibut with out a charter... you can rent a boat at millers landing out at lowell point

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    Thanks for the info

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    Off Cains Head Point and toward Seward off Fox Island find the lump that comes up to 200 feet, or the lump off Tonsina Creek. Heck a few years a go a guy in a Kyak got a 150# just North of Lowell Point. A strip of salmon skin and hearing should do the trick.

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    thanks I'll give that a try!!!

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    Default Calisto Head,

    just around the corner at around 200 to 250' had produced some for us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by simbalewis View Post
    So it is possible to rent a boat and fish halibut in the bay without a charter?...
    check out of whitter


    Try sunny cover for halibut, get a chart and study the bathometrics(Sp) or the sea floor contours(sp) look for flat smooth spots maybe with a few humps.

    sorry my spelling sucks today

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