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Default Re: The Wait is Over, Salmon Time in Alaska!

Tom,

A little tunnel like this will work just about anywhere. On a big lake the waves on a windy day can make things tough. Between the flat bottom pounding on each wave and the jet intake sucking air it can make for slow going. On a river, it's the stuff.

Fysh,

It would have been cool if you two could have came this year but next year will do. I'll be around..........

Nerka,

I was in town snooping around Ship the past two days. There are no fish below the old dam and none hanging up at Reeve Blvd. That's a bad sign if you're going to fish from the cable down. I would appreciate if you hear of fish being in down there if you would give me a heads up. It would be a good place to run into one another. I like Ship, especially when there are fish riding the tide in.

Ard
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