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Tag Archives: Charter Fishing
It’s the 20th of May and we have departed Anacortes on our way back to Juneau. After clearing Canadian Customs at Bedwell Harbor, our itinerary includes stops at Nanaimo, Campbell River, Port Harvey, Namu, Pruth Bay, Shearwater, Prince Rupert, Ketchikan, … Continue reading
Due to a February trip to Nicaragua for some tarpon and bass fishing, my annual synopsis of the annual meeting of the International Pacific Halibut Commission (IPHC) and halibut fishing regulations got delayed. It had been two years since my … Continue reading
Years ago I used to fish every summer out of Clover Pass north of Ketchikan for silvers. My buddies and I would rent skiffs from the Knudson Cove Marina (at the time owned by Dick Miller one of my high school buddies) … Continue reading
Well it’s been some time since I published a blog about where to fish for halibut in the Juneau area. Now there are some favorites close in that are popular with the locals but I’m usually moving and prefer to get … Continue reading
Sounds crazy? Well a few days off is a sure way to get rid of that stress that Congress is giving everyone. And spending them in SE Alaska is even better. Cell phone service is quite scattered (see my blogsite … Continue reading
The International Pacific Halibut Commission’s 2013 catch reports were issued at their January 21-25, 2013 meeting in Victoria, British Columbia. As I have historically fished in Southeast Alaska (Area 2C), I took a look at the numbers for this regulatory … Continue reading
Thinking that 2013 might be the year to charter a boat in the fantastic inland waters of Southeast Alaska? Well now’s the time to get serious. The availability of really nice boats to charter is limited and it’s time to plan … Continue reading
As I promised in late December, there would be a post on what transpired at the January meetings of the International Pacific Halibut Commission in Anchorage. Many of the hearings were packed and the discussion was lively both officially and … Continue reading