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    Charterboat Operator kodiakcombo's Avatar
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    Default spring? kings?

    With temps hanging in the mid 30s to low 40s, it's hard to call these winter kings. They are always this big but the weather isnt always this warm!
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    How big? At least 30 lbs?

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    Nice Fish!

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    Default 40plus

    this one weighed 43! and it was white, the other ones were red.
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    Default Nice Job

    Man, Nice job you guys, those are some beautiful fish, Mind if i ask what depth you found them in?

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    Default depths

    When In asked a charter captain in Kodiak questions like that years ago about color and depth, he said dark colors and next to the bottom!
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