08-03-2009 03:18 AM #21
Welcome back, once again I'm incredibly envious of your summers!
08-03-2009 06:57 AM #22
Good to have you back Pete, and the best of luck on your wife's surgery. Great Alaska post as always. It's a joy to read those when you get back each year.[B][email]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email][/B]
08-03-2009 07:13 AM #23
Welcome back Pete! Awesome report and pics! Hope all goes well with the wife.
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08-03-2009 07:23 AM #24
Welcome back Pete.Mike Debner
08-03-2009 11:31 AM #25
Eat my heart out....nice, very nice.
Good luck to the wife, hope all goes well.
We've talked about someday going for Halibut up there someday when we can get away for a week or so, but that looks like fun too, can ya do both??
08-03-2009 12:41 PM #26
Welcome back Pete ! Great PicsIf It's Fly'n It's Die'n
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08-03-2009 12:58 PM #27
Great pictures Pete. It sure has to be tough coming back to Minnesota after being up in Alaska where there are a lot less people and a lot more scenery and big fish."Earth is the insane asylum for the universe"
08-03-2009 01:00 PM #28
I know that for me at least, jigging the bottom in a couple hundred feet of water to pull up butts would get awful boring after 2-3 days. You catch lots of different species but don't get any fight at all with the huge gear you use for butts. I personally like the lighter tackle/fly rod for salmon and the diverse fishing styles locations that the rivers offer. But there are people to butt fish for a week long and enjoy it too! The marine life and scenery while out in the salt is second to none.Pete
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08-03-2009 02:40 PM #29
Holy Moly! nuff saidTman
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