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Alaska Fishing Trip 2021

Discussion in 'Out of State Fishing Reports' started by bluegeco, Aug 4, 2021.


  1. bluegeco

    bluegeco Pirate in the making
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    My family and I have been fishing on Kodiak Island for a couple of weeks last month, and here are some pictures with the catch... halibut, lingcod and whales
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  2. mak

    mak Moderator on Deck Staff Member

    Wow! What a haul. Some of those are real monsters. I hope to make a trip to Alaska one of these years soon.
     
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  3. bluegeco

    bluegeco Pirate in the making
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    Came home with 300 lbs of filet fish. Definitely worth it
     
  4. mak

    mak Moderator on Deck Staff Member

    Ha! That was going to be my next question was whether you were able to bring fish home.
     
  5. bluegeco

    bluegeco Pirate in the making
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    The outfit we fished with provided everything... lodging in their bed and breakfast, 40 ft boat, bait and tackle, and we used their fish processor to cut, pack, freeze and air-ship all that fish. Cant get easier than that. Let me know if you want their contact info and I'll PM you.
     
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  6. duffy

    duffy Cabin Boy

    vey nice. Heard halibut is delicious
     
  7. bluegeco

    bluegeco Pirate in the making
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    Yes indeed, PM me, I might hook you up
     
  8. Rich M

    Rich M Swashbuckler

    Excellent trip! That's on my bucket list, hoping to go myself.
     
  9. Bossman

    Bossman Moderator on Deck Staff Member

    Very nice haul, that's when it's worth it. If you don't mind PM me the contact info.
     
  10. mkyota1

    mkyota1 Sailing Master

    Wow. What a great trip!
     
  11. robthetimekeeper

    robthetimekeeper Sailing Master

    Cool. Did you do any night fishing?
     
  12. Jeepster

    Jeepster Matey

    300lbs of filets. Wow!!!!!! Thanks for sharing.
     
  13. bluegeco

    bluegeco Pirate in the making
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    No night fishing, due to 17 hour daylight.... at 1 am the sun was at about 30 degrees up on the sky.
     
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  14. George Buck

    George Buck Cabin Boy

    Nice trip and catch. How were the Starry Flounders for eating? I have eaten them when on the Kenai Peninsula and found them to be fine. We grilled them over an open flame on a fire pit. But some don't think they taste that good. I would think any Starry Flounder caught in waters frequented by Ling Cod would be eating the right stuff for being a good tasting fish.
     
  15. bluegeco

    bluegeco Pirate in the making
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    We haven't targeted starry flounder, but focused on halibut, their larger cousin... I had to look up the starry flounder fish, as I had no idea what you are referring to :))
     

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