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    Posted: May/23/2009 at 5:44pm
i found a photo album from about 10 years ago from a fishing trip, so here comes the fishing thread.

found an album, snapped some shots of the photos.

1999 nordic tug trip

johnsons always come prepared...


my dad (left) and his twin brother shawn.  shawn lived in minnesota but moved up here shortly after this trip.


my grandpa lynn with a nice king, visiting from washington


back home with the catch.. cousin justin on the right, also from minnesota

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I would love to do some fishing in Alaska.
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last summer, one of two 170 pound halibuts.  dad (left) and his two friends.


classic shot.  couple years ago, dad and his twin (left)


my dad with his first king ever in alaska, in his early 20s.  this was in his early fish & game days working at fish camps i think in kodiak maybe?

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  Quote spenser Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/23/2009 at 5:49pm
Originally posted by BRUIZZA

I would love to do some fishing in Alaska.

if you ever come up during the summer, we are all more than happy to take you out.  king, halibut, prawns, crab, beer, sun....

that goes for anyone, really.
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  Quote BRUIZZA Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/23/2009 at 5:50pm
I need to make it to alaska in the winter first for some epic riding then I will head back in the summer for some epic fishing!!!
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  Quote spenser Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/23/2009 at 5:52pm
haha EPIC EPICNESS.  shyeah, if youre into snow and fishing, this is an awesome place to kill two birds (or fish/pow) with one stone (or lure/fish*)










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  Quote Timmay_650 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/23/2009 at 7:38pm
Originally posted by BRUIZZA

I need to make it to alaska in the winter first for some epic riding then I will head back in the summer for some epic fishing!!!


That is a good plan.
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  Quote dbowles Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/23/2009 at 7:46pm
I'm with bru. I would love to do some fishing up there. But first I need to get me a good sized marlin to put on my wall

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I fly fish 2 days a week in the summer. I actually keep a blog of my adventures

www.utahfishblog.com

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  Quote giftedhands Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/23/2009 at 9:35pm
oh man.. nice pics! i love fishing.. especially salmon fishing. gotta wake up at the asscrack of dawn to get out to where i like.. but its well worth it. nothing like fresh caught smoked salmon..
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DAMN! those fish are HUGE!!!
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Now that Brody's finished with school and we won't be poor anymore, I'm going to try to get him up to Alaska for some fishing soon. 

For some reason, I don't have any photos of my fishing up there years ago, but I may have some of the bass fishing at my parents' place in WA.  I'll see if I can find some on the computers at home this evening. 

Gotta love fishing!  I can't wait to do more once we're back up in Washington again.

It doesn't compare to the AK fishing, but it's still fun and some mighty fine grub. 

My dad (left) and his 'lake place' neighbor with some bass tipping the scales at around 7 lbs.

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  Quote Boogeyman24 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/25/2009 at 12:57pm
^damn jenn those are some huge bass.

i went fishing on the mississippi river for the first time today, didn't catch shit except a shtooking sheephead.  i think i'm cursed, catch one of those damn things every time i fish around here....
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but i don't think i've ever caught anything
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It doesn't compare to the AK fishing, but it's still fun and some mighty fine grub. 


ak does have awesome fishing.. some of the best in the world, and our fishing industry is obviously tops on earth.  but as far as enjoying fishing, you can be anywhere.  honestly, the most FUN ive had fishing is when its just hanging out off the dock or something, catching little fish, because instead of trolling around for hours, getting a fish on every once in a while, its back to back to back every moment you put your line down.

one of the best times ive ever had was a fishing trip to the outer coast near sitka.  there was this spot a ways out of sitka where there were tons of rockfish.  easily 20 pounders every time, and you would get a new one on before you even got your line down again.  so much fun.. always having a fish on, and decent sized ones so its more of a fun challenge.

but its hard to beat catching one of those 170 pound halibuts, where it takes three full grown men to bring it in, with the beauty of alaska around you.
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  Quote bite me Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/25/2009 at 2:37pm
Originally posted by spenser

Originally posted by little ole me



It doesn't compare to the AK fishing, but it's still fun and some mighty fine grub. 


ak does have awesome fishing.. some of the best in the world, and our fishing industry is obviously tops on earth.  but as far as enjoying fishing, you can be anywhere.  honestly, the most FUN ive had fishing is when its just hanging out off the dock or something, catching little fish, because instead of trolling around for hours, getting a fish on every once in a while, its back to back to back every moment you put your line down.

one of the best times ive ever had was a fishing trip to the outer coast near sitka.  there was this spot a ways out of sitka where there were tons of rockfish.  easily 20 pounders every time, and you would get a new one on before you even got your line down again.  so much fun.. always having a fish on, and decent sized ones so its more of a fun challenge.

but its hard to beat catching one of those 170 pound halibuts, where it takes three full grown men to bring it in, with the beauty of alaska around you.
Absolutely!!  Fishing in general is rad, but to have the opportunity of experiencing true Alaska fishing is amazing.  There's some good salmon fishing off the coast of Washington, but I still don't think it compares to Alaska's.  I did quite a bit of stream fishing when I was up outside of Craig, which I couldn't seem to get enough of, but the deep sea fishing was a lot of fun in such different ways (besides the fact that I get horribly sea sick!).

As you said though, being out fishing in general is fun.  I like going to areas that are off the beaten path, where you're just surrounded by nature and don't have everyone and their brother swimming or fishing five feet down the shore from you like you seem to get in many areas around here.
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thats kinda how it is here.  its hard to find a place with crowds, rather than it being hard to find a place WITHOUT them.

i need to go fishing soon, i havent been this year.  my dad got back from a two day trip yesterday and they got skunked for the first time ever.  ive heard the same from other people too.
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That halibut is huge.  I didn't realize they got so big.
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  Quote spenser Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/25/2009 at 4:19pm
apparently youve never seen the ones that are up toward 400 pounds.. theyre caught around here every once in a while.

both the 170 pounders my dad/friends caught were in this "secret" spot.. this long, extra deep flat spot that you get to through a series of straits and inlets and stuff or something like that.
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  Quote spenser Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/25/2009 at 4:21pm
dont know how big this one is weight-wise, but its definitely bigger than the one in my picture.

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I'd be scared shitless if I saw a 170 lb fish. Let alone 400.
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  Quote spenser Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/25/2009 at 4:29pm
they can break bones if they flop around on deck if you didnt at least knock them out first.  for a 400 pounder you would shoot it in the head though.. halibut fishermen have guns specifically for that.
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  Quote rocheezy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/25/2009 at 4:37pm
that's intense.

But crabs and beer sound fun. Of course, living along the MD state line I could do that any time.
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i was just at the ocean and my brother caught a puffer fish fishing off the shore, it was pretty cool
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I love to fish.  I plan on partaking in on a little fly fishing here in Utah.
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anyone know any good brand names for rods for freshwater fishing
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We used to go fishing in the Florida Everglades for bass and stuff but then we got tired of eating bass so we stopped. We never caught anything huge so no pics or anything.

But a couple years ago a friend of ours introduced us to crabbing. So now all we do is crab and sometimes fish. Sometimes we catch prawns, stingrays, eels and sharks too...

Here's a pic of the biggest prawn we caught.





And here the largest crab we've caught.








And yes, he tasted good... SO DAMN GOOD... MMMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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whoa that prawn is a monster

i caught a crab that big it was having sex with another and i just nabbed em both with a net

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lol...Awesome! We did that too. Maybe it's bad, but oh well it was a 2fer!
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anyone know any good brand names for rods for freshwater fishing


Shimano, Berkley, Daiwa, Quantum, St. Croix, Bass Pro Shops, Browning, Abu Garcia, Mitchell, All star, G. Loomis...
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We used to go fishing in the Florida Everglades for bass and stuff but then we got tired of eating bass so we stopped. We never caught anything huge so no pics or anything.

But a couple years ago a friend of ours introduced us to crabbing. So now all we do is crab and sometimes fish. Sometimes we catch prawns, stingrays, eels and sharks too...

Here's a pic of the biggest prawn we caught.





And here the largest crab we've caught.








And yes, he tasted good... SO DAMN GOOD... MMMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Those are HUGE!
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Dam those crabs are big. I really hate the taste of them though. When I was in maryland we ate a few crabs and they taste horrible. I also hate cracking them open and getting the food out Ouch
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Dam those crabs are big. I really hate the taste of them though. When I was in maryland we ate a few crabs and they taste horrible. I also hate cracking them open and getting the food out Ouch


Those pics are of the same crab. Just different angles. It was the biggest I've ever seen/eaten so we took a bunch of pics of it to prove that we did catch a crab that big. We caught about 10 crabs that night and most of them were pretty large compared to the crabs you buy at the store. But that one was the Hulk of them.

I guess not everyone likes the flavor of blue crab. I've been eating them since I can remember so they taste great to me. Plus my mom taught me an awesome recipe (Ginger & Scallion) how to cook them, but even just boiling them in beer or even just water is good to me.
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^^^ In my family, it's all about Old Bay on the crabs.
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Yeah that stuff is good too. I usually use that on shrimp and crayfish (crawfish?). I don't like using it for all sea foods though. The flavor is so strong that it makes everything taste the same.  The ginger and scallion recipe is actually a Chinese recipe with first, deep frying the crab and not just boiling water with ginger and scallions... Something different.
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10 days and i'll be on a fishing trip in ontario!!!  getting pumped for it already!
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Originally posted by ridesnowboarder

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anyone know any good brand names for rods for freshwater fishing


Shimano, Berkley, Daiwa, Quantum, St. Croix, Bass Pro Shops, Browning, Abu Garcia, Mitchell, All star, G. Loomis...


Abu Garcia and Mitchell tend to make some flaky products.  I would avoid them.

I'm a diehard shimano guy for freshwater reels.  St. Croix for rods.
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Originally posted by ridesnowboarder

Originally posted by djinhwan

anyone know any good brand names for rods for freshwater fishing


Shimano, Berkley, Daiwa, Quantum, St. Croix, Bass Pro Shops, Browning, Abu Garcia, Mitchell, All star, G. Loomis...


Abu Garcia and Mitchell tend to make some flaky products.  I would avoid them.

I'm a diehard shimano guy for freshwater reels.  St. Croix for rods.


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not that its a huge fish but geting my pic with my group to the trout opener for fishing in a frozen lake in boats was way awesome
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I cant wait to go fishing. Bass opens today I think!

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i haven't been fishing or hunting in ages.
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dang i need to start fishing again..
 
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my dad has been killing it on his trips lately. maxing out on kings.  tons of fish in our freezers now.

had some smoked king for the first time this summer the other day.. i always forget how amazing it is.  hes insanely good at making it... its lame when people say "you havent had ___ till youve tried mine" or something... but... seriously, you havent had smoked salmon till youve had my dads.

im kinda tipsy so i dont remember if i already said this, but theres an alaska native guy at my dads work (fish & game) who literally said my dads smoked salmon was "better than my people could make it."  so sick.

my favorite is battered halibut though.  mouth orgasm.
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this thread really makes me want to go out fishing right now... but its 1 in the morning....Those king salmon are HUMONGOUS
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thats normal size mang.

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A fishing thread WHOA... already have 14 salmon in the freezer from this year.... got 33 last year..will post some pics once i remember the easy way to post them
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hell yes, another AK dood.  good stuff.

sorry world, AK is where its at as far as fisheries.
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