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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year 2013;

Posted 12-23-2012 at 03:20 AM by Hardyreels

I will be away to the cabin for a couple weeks leaving Sunday the 23, and returning sometime in January.

You are all a great bunch and I wish you a good new year

Ard

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A Quick Note To Readers;

Posted 12-13-2012 at 08:33 PM by Hardyreels

If you are not using the RSS Feed when viewing blogs here you should give it a try.

It's very easy, look to the sidebar menu at the left of the screen and click 'View RSS Feed', that's it

The feed will only cover the first few pages including the current page so to travel backward through the stories and photos here you need to close the RSS and move to page 3 (for instance) then click the RSS and you're good to go. It is amazing how much better things look on a...
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How I Dealt With The Great Flood;

Posted 12-12-2012 at 11:04 PM by Hardyreels

After handling all of the disappointments between April and September I was ready for the fall fishing season. Fall in my part of Alaska is beautiful in more ways than one. The rivers and creeks are nearly deserted, all of the people who came to fish for salmon have long since went home and there you are. There are still a few silvers in the rivers but most are way up to the head waters doing the work of reproducing the stock. Many of the trout that went up with and behind the salmon are beginning...
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The Small Streams That Saved Fall Fishing

Posted 12-12-2012 at 11:03 PM by Hardyreels

Welcome to the rest of the story; I visited another little creek during the high water but didn't find as many fish there. I did however find a nice big one and I'll get to that shortly.

This creek is narrow and deep, it flows into Cook Inlet and runs rather slowly because it's so close to sea level. Because you are so close to the Inlet you can always have a shot at a steelhead here. The problem is that because it's so deep, you don't see them until they are on the hook and going
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