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Kahuna

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I'll be back when Texoma looks like this!

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Catch em on a prune picker ?
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Kahuna

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Not exactly.
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Nice photo.

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I'm heading that way in 17 days. Hope I get to fish. Tired of catching dinks.
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Kahuna

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It's 3 am, we're gathering for drive to Seward for halibut.
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about 45 years ago I fished out of Seward a lot on an 80-footer. Never got one halibut there but lots of other critters.  

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Kahuna

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Well I never have to do that again!
Too much work.

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Here is my halibut Picture 062.jpg
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pancho

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I fully agree, it is like pulling up a car body that is fighting back. Hope you have a super trip.
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Kahuna

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Got back at 8:00 this am.
Great trip.
We decided it was like pulling a 4'x8' sheet of plywood with hook dead center.
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Tuna did you get splinters from filets?
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