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Re: Life in Kodiak Alaska - more fish as usual
Old 09-25-2004, 11:54 AM   #2
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Great fish! Ditch the Diet Coke. :P
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Old 09-25-2004, 11:55 AM   #3
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Re: Life in Kodiak Alaska - more fish as usual

Oh come on, you photoshopped yourself into a background and thats a cardboard fish!!

Now where are those photos of monte carlo and the swedish bikini team...I need to post a few shots...



Did ya eat 'em or throw em back? You do realize that after you throw them back they have to go back to their friends and take crap about being caught for the next few months. Sales of salmon prozac are up!
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I like the turn this thread is taking. In the spirit of community, I would like to encourage those young dudes who are hanging out in exotic lands to post pictures of their gal pals. I will spend even more time on this board than I already do

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Your pics didnt come thru,probably a cookie setting on my end,neverthe less,one of the most memorable fishing trips of my life so far was the year of the exxon valdez oil spill.Most of the gulf wide commercial salmon season was scrapped,thereby ensuring creeks/rivers GORGED with salmon.One small river a few hours from town by boat yielded dozens and dozens of silvers,6 lb steelies.Earlier in the year it was handfulls of 3+lb rainbows and coho streamer chasing sockeyes.While no longer the unknown destination that kodiak used to be,its still off the beaten path enough to offer up spectacular fishing
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The pics were there 2 days ago.

What happened?

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