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    Wow just returned from a NoPo to Kenai to Nome trip...sample for video reports to come..August was a pretty good month for me...27 August Nuikluk River Arctic Grayling 20 inches


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    Dude! Awesome fish! Somewhere close to 20 years old!

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    Wow! I've caught longer fish but I have NEVER seen one that THICK! That is one fat Grayling!
    Thank God for people who don't fish!! Not much would get done without them =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JediMasterSalmonSlayer View Post
    Wow just returned from a NoPo to Kenai to Nome trip...sample for video reports to come..August was a pretty good month for me...27 August Nuikluk River Arctic Grayling 20 inches


    nice fish, I am jealous!

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    That grayling has been lifting weights. Awesome fish Jedi.

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    Can you gues what I caught it on??
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    My guess, a hook? By the way very nice grayling

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    Quote Originally Posted by JediMasterSalmonSlayer View Post
    Can you gues what I caught it on??
    some thing random I bet.

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    Nice one Jedi!!
    Looks like one of our Great Bear Lake fish.
    They have big shoulders too.

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    It was a Blue Fox #6 Vibrex spinner blue bell silver blade...I think that lure can catch every fish found in Alaska fresh water.
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    Dude......just.......dude! What the H3ll!!! Thats a monster! I've caught some 16" graling but they were like #2 pencils, thats huge! Get that video going (I know it takes a while!) looking forward to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JediMasterSalmonSlayer View Post
    It was a Blue Fox #6 Vibrex spinner blue bell silver blade...I think that lure can catch every fish found in Alaska fresh water.
    Next time you get down this way we'll have to give it a try on some saltwater silvers.

    Nice fish, BTW!!!
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    Awesome fish man!!


    When I was living in Nome I took the atv down to Council and fished the Fish/Niukluk (not sure which).

    Awesome grayling fishing there for sure.



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