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... We caught on pretty fast and with the unstable footing due to the waves, we threw in our 5 pound weights, bait and line. Because halibut swim on the bottom, we put out about 100 feet of line and waited. There is a limit of 2 halibut per person per day and one has to be smaller than 29 inches. There were 6 of us on the boat and only 3 halibut were caught at our first stop. We ...
Bob and I got up at 5:15 and drove an hour to get to Anchor Poinr, the put in spot for our day of fishing on Cooke Inlet. This is a45 mile wide bay south of anchorage. There is no boat dock there. Boats are towed to the area on trailers. The huge tractors are hooked up to the trailers. We climbed aboard via a ladder, then the trailer with boat on it was towed into the ...
... Jen, from the airport at 5:25pm, and then go out for a birthday dinner. After that we will attempt to get some sleep and then to the airport bright and early Tuesday morning to be on a 6am flight.
I have spent the day packing, unpacking, packing, weighing, unpacking and packing again. I know, I know, those of you who know me are saying "you were just packing today?". Truth is I had ...
... nearly 3 hours and 10 fish - all of them smaller than the day before, he gave up. The picture shows 2 large ones with the largest being about 35 pounds.
He did witness many whales on his outing and a porpoise.
We did stuff the freezer with 23 pounds of Halibut - ate 2 pounds.
We also made a second drive to Homer and glad we did! Beautiful sunny ...
... and force. You'll notice I posted a picture of a large light blue piece of ice, which is part of the glacier that broke off. The visitor center is set up so that you can get a very good direct view of the glacier and the surrounding mountains, as well as the cold blue water that surrounds the whole thing, but right from inside, where it's nice and warm. Very hospitable of them, I think.
So, we're learning a lot about this beautiful State, ...