1100 Miles and Halibut

My little PT logged our first thousand miles as we cruised down to Ninilchik Thursday for a halibut fishing trip with an AWCC intern’s relatives.

Haley went halibut fishing? Those who know me well are probably shocked and stunned by the picture below. I’m definitely surprised by myself, but the spot opened up at the last minute and I decided to seize the opportunity, as I am trying to keep an open mind. Needless to say the day was quite the Alaskan experience… and even though the Cook Inlet was a little rough I was happy to be on the ocean again.

"Sunrise" on the early morning drive to Ninilchik

"Sunrise" on the early morning drive to Ninilchik

The middle fish weigh 45-50 pounds and were about 15-20 years old. Blessed be.

The big middle fish weigh 45-50 pounds and were about 15-20 years old. Blessed be.

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One Response to 1100 Miles and Halibut

  1. bob says:

    So maybe we should go striper fishing next Haley? We can always release them. Sounds like it was a little rough that day; glad you still managed to enjoy it.

    xox bob

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