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There may be no better place in the world to fish than Seward, Alaska, in August. We've been nailing silvers, halibut, lings and rockfish everyday (except today because it's too windy to go out).


Another nice silver that couldn't resist a plug-cut herring marinated in red Pautzke Nectar.


An average-size coho. The limit is three outside of Resurection Bay and six in the bay. We've been fishing outside of the bay since we've also been targeting lings and halibut. You can't fish inside the bay once if you have a ling onboard.


A nice halibut held by my deckhand, Travis.


Halibut can't resist salmon chunks marinated in Pautzke Nectar combined with a herring fillet and a strip of Berkley Gulp! Cut Bait.


Find a pinnicle and you'll have two, three or even four lings follow up a single rockfish. We let the monster lings go, and encourage the clients to keep one in the 20- to 30-pound class instead.


It's always nice to pull up a few yelloweye while halibut fishing.

Two more weeks in Seward then I'll be pulling the boat out, run a few trips on the Kenai and then come back home to Oregon.
 

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Looks like some good fishing there Andy!

Save me a seat this fall down in S. Oregon!
 
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