Crooked Creek Retreat
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... I can't keep anything over 29 inches. Kyle gets it in the boat. It is about 27 inches and I tell him good enough. I am done for the day.
We lost two nice ones here. Both were big enough to pull on the drag that had been preset on the reels. One got off before we saw it, the other one, estimated to be around 40 lbs, broke the line just as Kyle was getting ready to gaff it. They use 100 lb test line ...
... HUGE lenses and their cameras on tripods. This one guy, whose lens was 5 times the size of mine said, "Dammit, I knew I should have brought my big lens." Watching these 5 bears was like watching a soap opera. The mom with the yearling was totally interested in clamming and eating. Her "boy" was totally interested in the young cubs. He kept coming closer until the mother of the twins charged him (meanwhile she brought her cubs super close to the humans). ...
Time to up date our trip. We spent a week in the Homer Elks lot. We had power there and away from the wind. For my birthday Bill took me to lunch down on the spit. $16.00 for fish and chips. Wow very spendy. They were good though. We were hoping to be able to take boat out into bay but to much wind. So did alot of fishing at the end of Homer Spit. Got some nice size pollock. That are now in freezer. Didn't see any fireworks. Wow the spit was way busy. No ...
... 4th of July. You can not drive into the park (which is a good thing if it is that crowded) and taking a bus for 8 hours does not sound like a lot of fun. There is a turn out off the highway at mile 134 that you can camp in and if the weather is good, you can see the whole mt. range. We will see.
I have not been taking very many pictures that last couple of days, sorry but you can only take so many of clamming.
Bob and I met our guide on the Kasiloff river. I hooked a salmon, but the line broke just as the fish got close to the boat. And that was the only salmon we saw all day. 8 hours on the river! But we had a good time on s beautiful day. Tomorrow we ...