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Topic: Are there any active groups or people who want to go fishing?  (Read 3420 times)

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Mak2014

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If the weather looks good, Iíll be down there Friday morning.


Sockeye

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Hey Mak I can probably join you on Friday - I just blocked out my calendar.


Cooleyspey

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I would also like to join the fray! I may be able to get out there on friday the 26th of this week.  Looks like the first high tide is at 0752 and the next low is at 1447. These are tides for Homer, how much later can one expect the tide change at WG? Low tidal coefficient this day so the currents should be more manageable. The later tide would work best for me as I work night shifts and have become accustomed to later in the day.
Doing my first mission for trout tomorrow in the new Hobie!
 
« Last Edit: April 22, 2019, 02:53:50 AM by Cooleyspey »


Mak2014

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Anchor point WG tide would be 30 minutes difference from Homer.
So slack tide is 8:17am and I would be launching 7:17am.
Iím not sure if Iím going to get there in the morning or camp out Thursday night...going to play by ear.
« Last Edit: April 22, 2019, 10:07:44 AM by Mak2014 »


Sockeye

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That's great timing, puts us on the water shortly after sunrise. I'm an early bird so the first tide works great for me.

Cooleyspey, if you can only make it down for the second tide my wife will happily fish with you.

We might have a fourth joining us as well. If the weather holds out for us this could be a lot of fun!


AKsteel7377

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Can't wait to get out with you folks. Won't be this weekend due to work but I'll be down there soon. Hope you get good weather this weekend and have some pics to add to this thread.... ;D ;D ;D ;D


Mak2014

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Caught one king.  No love from halibut but trying again later.


AKsteel7377

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Looks like it was a great day to be on the water. Nice King Mak, hope the halibut bite picks up for you. Be safe


AKRider

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Jealous - glad to see a king hit the beach at WG.   

Gear-prep continues for me... Congrats !
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Sockeye

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Great day to be on the water! Unfortunately I only made it out for a few hours in the evening and didn't catch anything. Glad Mak went home with something!


Mak2014

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Saturday morning run resulted in two halibut...beautiful day but slow fishing.  Bunch of PB joined the fray but I didnít see anyone catching anything.  Both were caught trolling at the tail end of the outgoing tide in the opposite side where PB were fishing.

Nice to meet some new comers and looking forward to fish again with you all.


Mak2014

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One more to add...what theyíve been feeding on.
King had belly full of hooligan and halibut had shrimp like crustaceans with some weed (maybe shrimp sushi?)...first Iíve seen in butt belly.


AKsteel7377

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Looks like meat in the freezer Mak and a nice day on the water. Thanks for the photo's and info. Hope to see you out there in a couple weeks  ;D