took a little time off my usual to deplete the state of Alaska of its excess
fish population . Our group of 3 sent back 95 lbs of fillets. However,
following are the requisite woodworking related pictures.
My son taking a little break on an unusual sofa
anyone can mount this fish but the artist won't let ya
did good limiting out with sockeye(reds) that's me on the left in the jeans
next to my 4 fish(limit was three)
again, that's me on the left next to my 3 halibut. the big guy in the
middle was 72 lbs(pretty common...record is over 400)...halibut fishing will
poooop you out!
...My son, his father-in-law(a good personal friend) and myself took the
trip as a birthday present for my son. My sons wife hates fish and I didn't
want to fool with them so his FIL got a freezer full of fish. He plans on
giving most of it away. However, I do have over 300 good picture I could
share...bears, moose, eagles, mountains, glaciers, water etc and
I completely agree with Swingman...you suck!
Great pics, thanks for sharing.
I'm off to the Maritimes for a couple of weeks at the end of July.
Cottage on the Bay of Fundy, my wife's three brothers are fisherman
nearby (Professional/commercial fishermen). Maybe I can go out with them
for a cpl of days and handle the bait (semi-decomposed herring..with a
little luck it will be choppy too, oh yay, turning green..LOL)
I'll be posting a few pics when I get back..*G*
I have had tremendous luck with the weather in Nova Scotia over the last
6 summers. (Except one day last year when a buddy of mine got married in
his backyard.. it rained. Being a HOG wedding, we made do with a few
If it rains this trip, no biggie. It's a short hop to The Lower
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