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    Default NO KINGS just Chickens

    Homer, AK

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    Looks like some nice eaters! Especially in March!!

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    ahhh....fresh halibut. Good job.

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    yummy......Beats a shut out anyday and fresh butt
    Grandkids, Making big tough guys hearts melt at first sight

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    Good eats there!

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    some reason my pics disappeared?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEAL HUMPER View Post
    some reason my pics disappeared?
    Did you edit your photobucket account by moving the picture into an album or in some other way? If so, that changes the photobucket URL and any link you previously posted to a photo will be broken, thus your picture will no longer show.

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    Yep... You just activated the fever! Thanks!
    When all else fails...ask your old-man.


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    Beats a hot stick in the eye for sure........

    Congrats, P-geek

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    Not asking for particulars, but how far out do you have to go out from Homer this time of the year to get these nice sized "eaters"?

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    Straight out from Seldovia bay in about 240'.
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    Man those look delicious. There has been a serious halibut drought around my house for a few years.

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