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    Alaska trip

    Here are just a few photos from the trip. It was a great time and we experienced record breaking hot temps for the first few days we were there.
    We were lucky enough to have clear views of Denali as well as calm seas when we went halibut fishing out of Homer.
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    Nice pics. Which glacier field is that from?
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    That might be the Ruth glacier coming off of Denali.
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    I hope to get there some day. Any fish pictures?

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    Looks fabulous. Nice pics. How much Halibut did you bring home?
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    Great photos. Thanks,
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    I added our halibut catch. We took home about 25 lbs of halibut. We did a half day trip. I fished for almost two hours and caught about 30 fish. I caught a cod, several skulpin, and the rest halibut. You could only keep two a piece so I kept throwing them back to try to get a bigger fish. I was really tired by the time we finished.
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    Thanks. Great pictures.

    I just followed these five on Yukon 1x1. Some great photos; http://canadakeepexploring.tumblr.co...agram-roadtrip

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    Lucky! We had pretty lousy weather for our trip in 2012 and our halibut trip out of Homer kept getting cancelled. The one really beautiful day we had was spent on a 5-hr sea kayak adventure near Jakolof Bay. The majority of the remaining days were spent fly fishing on the Anchor River.
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