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MikeA210

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  • Location: JBER, AK
  • Date Registered: Jun 2016
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Should be heading down this friday, if the bites on will spend the night and hit up early morning and try and get a few in the bag then head back around lunch time.  Anyone gonna be around this weekend?


kardinal_84

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It's a toss up for me.  Seward for cohos.  or WG for halibut.   I saw on another forum there has been a on and off again bite in Homer by Land's end for both coho and kings.  About this time of year in the past, I have gottena  few strikes from cohos near shore at WG.
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Badger68

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  • Date Registered: Sep 2016
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I should be going out of WG Sat AM. I will hit Deep Creek Friday for the river Cohos that are in now.


 

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