Homer for the Halibut

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  • tinboat
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    Originally posted by Mark Collett View Post
    Way to go!!!!!!!!!That's a great way to break-in your boat.First Blood.......cool.....
    My 1st trip in my Klamath on the Kenai River My wife an I got a 38 and a 34 pound king.Of course,she got the bigger one.
    You are a wise man to let the wife get the bigger fish, it just makes them want to go again. Win-Win

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  • Mark Collett
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    Awesome

    Way to go!!!!!!!!!That's a great way to break-in your boat.First Blood.......cool.....
    My 1st trip in my Klamath on the Kenai River My wife an I got a 38 and a 34 pound king.Of course,she got the bigger one.
    Last edited by Mark Collett; 04-21-2011, 08:12. Reason: spell check....oooops

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  • Cliffhanger
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    Nicely done TinBoat!

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  • Happy
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    Nice one, that's big enough to share with the guy next door.

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  • tinboat
    started a topic Homer for the Halibut

    Homer for the Halibut

    I took the boat to Homer on Saturday for the maiden voyage and was able to get my first halibut of the year.http://forums.outdoorsdirectory.com/...5&d=1303366074

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