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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

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Are you interested in attending?

Yes - Halibut are awesome!
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Maybe - Is this a trick? I need to see some proof this is legit
6 (7.4%)
No - Halibut are dry ass fish
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Topic: Report and Photos: 2018 Oyster Point Halibut Fish and Learn  (Read 7653 times)

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Halibut are really good cooked sous vide - keeps them from drying out.

wait, are we talking about fishing here?


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i'm more curious about dressing for emersion, than halibut fishing.
So many of these outings are about dressing for getting stuck in the water, that i'd really like to know what to wear after i've exited. coat and tie? tails?

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Count me in for this.


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Sounds like fun. i'd be down for this
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Smoked cali hali is never dry, especially with a cold one to wash it down.
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If MartianFish is in, then I'm in....  But of course he catches all the damn big hali's and only leaves the kiddies for me and Crazy  :smt044 :smt044

What about Ariel?  He only showed me how to catch the small ones last year.  I guess I have to re-enroll this year in order to graduate to the keeper league.  Shot that's more tuition, hehehe.


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can you show me how to code and fish for halibut at the same time :D

Clever use of VR headset....


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Sounds great I want to learn


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Sounds like fun! I've always wanted to learn to catch one


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I only caught 3 halis last year. 2 on one day at arw and the third was up at GS last year. Hopefully this year will be better😂
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I only caught 3 halis last year. 2 on one day at arw and the third was up at GS last year. Hopefully this year will be better😂

Now wait a minute Martin, those 2 at ARW were whoppers and I had to go home cry myself to sleep after that (after my days and days of child-sized Hali's).  Then I think there were some others, or maybe not, but I definitely remember that day we were out with your family and your 5-year old grandson pulled in 27" worth of Hali Beast -- yet another tearful night for me   :smt010 -- which in my book counts as a Close Encounter for you.   :evil5:

It was pretty awesome hearing and watching your grandson blow a gasket when he hooked up and landed that fish that was almost as big as him!   :smt007 :smt023 :smt023


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I only caught 3 halis last year. 2 on one day at arw and the third was up at GS last year. Hopefully this year will be better😂
Yes, this is the year of stable hali harvesting... :smt006
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Do the Hali's show at oyster before arw?  26lber caught in 30fow off candlestick recently...

Yup. They usually migrate to oyster and candlestick area before making their loop to ARW. April- MAY is a good time. I think last year mid May they we're hitting hard at ARW. I like hitting oyster early cause there are some whompers around that time.


Even March.....

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Do the Hali's show at oyster before arw?  26lber caught in 30fow off candlestick recently...

Yup. They usually migrate to oyster and candlestick area before making their loop to ARW. April- MAY is a good time. I think last year mid May they we're hitting hard at ARW. I like hitting oyster early cause there are some whompers around that time.


Even March.....

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We just need a week or so of warm weather to warm up the flats....then it's on.

Think of the million or so 20 inch fish caught last year, they're all keepers now


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Do the Hali's show at oyster before arw?  26lber caught in 30fow off candlestick recently...

Yup. They usually migrate to oyster and candlestick area before making their loop to ARW. April- MAY is a good time. I think last year mid May they we're hitting hard at ARW. I like hitting oyster early cause there are some whompers around that time.

Where do you launch at Oyster and Candlestick?
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