Sterling Highway from Kenai to Homer Alaska (and we lived at mile-marker 115.8 on the Sterling Hwy, in Clam Gulch)

Sterling Highway from Kenai to Homer Alaska (and we lived at mile-marker 115.8 on the Sterling Hwy, in Clam Gulch)

Southern Flounder are a very tasty fish highly sought after by anglers. This article will help the reader increase his catch. Includes tips on where to look for flounder, gear, tackle and baits.

Flounder Fishing Tips and Techniques

Southern Flounder are a very tasty fish highly sought after by anglers. This article will help the reader increase his catch. Includes tips on where to look for flounder, gear, tackle and baits.

HOLY FISH. The World's Largest Halibut Caught on a Fishing Rod - 540 lbs!

HOLY FISH. The World's Largest Halibut Caught on a Fishing Rod - 540 lbs!

3- 10 night Alaska Salmon and Halibut Fishing trip Kenai River / Cook Inlet

3- 10 night Alaska Salmon and Halibut Fishing trip Kenai River / Cook Inlet

Alaska Halibut Fishing - Fish for Giant Halibut in Seward

Alaska Halibut Fishing - Fish for Giant Halibut in Seward

halibut He would of had to have quite a line to reel In a such strong dangerous fish

halibut He would of had to have quite a line to reel In a such strong dangerous fish

Pacific Halibut. And some of the largest and finest come from Homer, Alaska. (Homer is located on the southern tip of the Kenai Peninsula). Pacific or Alaskan Halibut is a fine food fish. A tip: like salmon, they are seasonal. While the fish can be caught year-round, most are caught from June to late September, which coincides with the salmon run (halibut feed off of the spent salmon that drift back into the sea.) Fresh is best. They're also great to catch!

Pacific Halibut. And some of the largest and finest come from Homer, Alaska. (Homer is located on the southern tip of the Kenai Peninsula). Pacific or Alaskan Halibut is a fine food fish. A tip: like salmon, they are seasonal. While the fish can be caught year-round, most are caught from June to late September, which coincides with the salmon run (halibut feed off of the spent salmon that drift back into the sea.) Fresh is best. They're also great to catch!

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