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Posted on Tue, Sep 24, 2013 19:42

  Yes my blogger friends,it happened again. 2 days ago this is what I woke to. With the sablefish race still going on [that's a laugh,worse in years], storm warnings every couple of days and the need for those Poor Oil Companys to have more cash that us, we have snow comming down the mountains trying to get to the waterline.

 

 

 

It's time to take a break for a little while, just like the old timmers are doing who are fishing the same fish as I. Being the new kid on the block in this fishery I had to put in the extra effort. Bouncy bouncy is ok if the fish are comming in but when there's water comming over the rails and only empty hooks being landed even this fishy must take a moment and think "Humm".

 

 

 

  It would be nice to have my car in this port but it seems that the ferry boat that could make that happen was damaged on a one of its kind on the whole planet earth part! Now a simple 100 mile drive whereas I'd recieve my car from a friend who loaded it on the ferry has turned into 150 mile drive,airfare out of Anchorage, ferry to Valdez, then drive almost 500 miles back to my boat for a couple of weeks,only to reverse the whole thing when I choose to haul out for the winter, LMAO.

 

 

 

       ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​        ​   I LOVE FISHING !!!

 

 

 

  These small coastal towns are Great for guys like me.  Past good deeds for fishermen leads to present good deeds for this fishy. I got a ride home and back, the first time I've seen my place sence leaving it mid April. Wow, my poor moose are so forlorn looking for me. Tracks everywhere but no moose [they might be lost by now :-]

 

 

 

  There's 150 miles of saltwater between my boat trailer and my boat with about 40 miles of it being the open waters of The Gulf of Alaska [little boats only travel in little winds]. 6 weeks of provisions for that trip [we call it "make a deer hunt out of it"]. In truth a 24 hour run is more than enough time. That's down the road somewhere. For now, this fishy is taking a break for however long.

 

 

 

 


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Posted on Sun, Sep 29, 2013 11:11

 

You must really have a love for fishing.  I'm not sure I could do what you do, at least not long term.  I'd have to build me a unsinkable boat like the coast guard uses.  Maybe install a lazyboy and a flatscreen TV with dish...oh and a nice heater. Can I shock the fish up like catfish?  There has to be a quicker, easier way. :)



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Posted on Sat, Sep 28, 2013 19:57

Dak,       ​        ​     Break

       ​        ​        ​    Out

       ​        ​        ​    Another

       ​        ​        ​    Thousand  =   Boat

 

  Even a little boat on a stormy lake is JUST as deadly as a big boat in the Bering Sea.

 

  You can just see the little brown and white boat on this guy, that's my size. I'm tired of working on the big boys, the machine. For these local areas being towed is great, headed south you need to go on their deck.

 

 

  Thanks for the heads up on the printer, I don't even know how to use one but they are cool.

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Posted on Fri, Sep 27, 2013 23:51

Quoting fishyme:

Dak, Maybe we should make a trade. Your 3D printer for my boat?



That would be a really bad trade for you since I don't own a 3d printer.  Just thought about buying one at one time.  But I do own a boat and it's just like they say about a boat.  Those things are trouble.



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Posted on Fri, Sep 27, 2013 11:32

Dak, Maybe we should make a trade. Your 3D printer for my boat?


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Posted on Thu, Sep 26, 2013 07:51

Sounds like my luck must have rubbed off on you.



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