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Old 07-09-2009   #31 (permalink)
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Wow, the second picture! Is that a halibut? Huge!

Tim, northern pikes are voracious eaters ...Don caught one that had a live duckling halfway down it's throat ...we saw the duckling disappear and then the fish hit his line seconds later...greedy buggars!
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Old 07-15-2009   #32 (permalink)
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Dana,
I think the fish on the right looks very familiar
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Old 07-16-2009   #33 (permalink)
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Dana,
I think the fish on the right looks very familiar
That fish does look familiar. That was some dang good salmon! Gracias Dana!
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Old 07-16-2009   #34 (permalink)
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Thanks guys. Sharing it with friends was as fun as catching it.
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Thanks guys. Sharing it with friends was as fun as catching it.
Kinda like the clap


Sorry bro
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Exactly. Without the itching.

Trading smoked salmon for a mind altering margarita was well worth it.
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Niiiice. I'm digging all the guys in camouflage baseball caps being manly men.

I guess the scenery is okay too.

Hey, the last fish on page one looks like a baby shark? WTF?
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Old 07-16-2009   #38 (permalink)
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Niiiice. I'm digging all the guys in camouflage baseball caps being manly men.

I guess the scenery is okay too.

Hey, the last fish on page one looks like a baby shark? WTF?
It is a shark but not a baby. It's a Dogfish shark. That's about full grown. We caught a bunch of those! And yeah I don't really get the camo thing for fishing. (Although that's all I have.) I guess it's just my hunting/fishing/outdoor clothes. Unlike deer, I don't think the fish really care either way.
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Old 09-03-2009   #39 (permalink)
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Hey Uno great report and pics - I just now saw this and you had some really nice scenery and fantastic pics of the hummingbirds and otters! Thanks for taking the time to post this!
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Old 09-21-2009   #40 (permalink)
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Great Report:

For BC Fishing Liscence and then appropraite Tag add ons go here.

Fisheries and Oceans Canada | Pacific Region | Recreational Fishing | Licensing

Depending on what types of fishing you are going to do you can by a regular liscence and then add salt water or specailty fishing onto it.

For example I purchase my fresh water liscence and then add a salt water tag onto it if we have the chance to head out to Rupert or the West Island for some Salt Water Action. Which in BC is fantastic, this year especially!!!
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Old 10-05-2009   #41 (permalink)
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Was that a mini shark you had in your hand???
Nice report! Sounds like paradise!
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wow, those photos make me home sick. that area of the Island is where i grew up & lived for 35 years. i miss the fishin & the ocean. please post more pics...
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Wow - sweet looking catch ! (I am talking about the fish)
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Wow - sweet looking catch ! (I am talking about the fish)
Thanks. No wait!
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