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Old 09-03-2006, 04:50 PM
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Man we had a great time, rain and all. We were up there for 13 days or so, hard to keep track, and fishe all but 2 or 3 days. We have 4 cds with pics on them but I havent had time to put them on my comp, he are a few I have.

We had planed on camping and floating but with all the rain we had to find some were dry. This is were we stayed, $100 a night split 4 ways, cant beat that.


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This is the reason there are so many trout in Alaska, Red Salmon everywere. I got in the shower one night and there was even one in there.

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Some times it was hard not to hook the reds, we did get a few that were in good shape but I dont have the pics yet. This is what we were after, whan the salmon are in the trout only feed on salmon eggs and the best imitation is a small plastic bead.

This rainbow is on the small side but man what a good looking fish.


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Between the 4 of us we we landing over 100 fish a day, and some days it was so nutz that I wold say I alone landed 50. Here is another bow and my backup rod, broke my other one the first day we were there.


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The last 2 fish were out of the same hole, and what do you know another bow from that great hole.

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Old 09-03-2006, 05:03 PM
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When I said the reds were everywere I ment it. This is no more the a run off caused by all the rain, were is the bear?

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This is a hudge Dolly my dad caught, 28in. Dollies are in the same family as Lake trout, brook trout and arctic char, they are all char.

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Old 09-03-2006, 05:14 PM
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This is Turnagain arm taken while driving on the New Seward Hwy. The tied is out or on its way out and the mud flats are exposed, a few people hive died on these flats because they get traped in the mud and the tied comes in and... well you know what happens.

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Wow thats awesome
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Old 09-03-2006, 05:17 PM
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This is Bird Creek, yah look like a river to me to, but up there it is just a creek. We fished a few hours here to see if we could get a siver or two, but we just ended up with some rotten pinks and a chum.

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