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- Free parking
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... us when we return home. We kept out enough for dinner tomorrow night---that is what you call fresh fish!! We ate a late lunch and slept for 2+ hours. Fishing is hard work!! We have had a relaxing afternoon
catching up with emails, Facebook and resting. Today has been another new experience for us with this fishing and again I am so thankful for this Great Alaskan Adventure!!
... the submerged trailer was deep enough for the boat to float, we back away.
we started trolling for salmon. In keeping with our tradition of tthis'd trip, we caught none. Then we went across the inlet about 13 miles and fished for halibut. Finally! We caught fish! The limit is 2 per person. There were 6 of us on the boat, so we stopped after ssevers nous ...
... nice and neat and THEN I weighed the bag. Just a little over....17 pounds over. But I think we are ready now. Maybe, I think...you know how it is...you make lists, you double check, you triple check and you still have that feeling of dread that you have forgotten something very important. But not to worry, I am quite sure I will remember it approximately 2 hours after we leave the ...
Dorothy was talking with a fisherman along the way and he told her that if we wanted to Halibut fish, this was the place! It is located about halfway between Kenai and Homer.
We arrived to find a Nice park, that ran charters right out of the park. We immediately booked 2 - 6 hour charters for Dick on what was being forecast as 2 sunny days (rare for our trip!). ...
... to a couple of beautiful national parks, great little fishing towns, and all kinds of quirky little shops and fun places to visit. Marlin's brother is a commercial fisherman in Ninilchik, which is where we're spending the night tonight. We're in a pretty much deserted but beautiful campground right on the Pacific Ocean. Scott's taking a nap because he caught a cold, but then again, he really doesn't need an excuse to take a nap.