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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

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Are you interested in attending?

Yes - Halibut are awesome!
71 (87.7%)
Maybe - Is this a trick? I need to see some proof this is legit
6 (7.4%)
No - Halibut are dry ass fish
4 (4.9%)

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Topic: Report and Photos: 2018 Oyster Point Halibut Fish and Learn  (Read 8239 times)

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Flyaker

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Awesome!

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I'm in. Was out there two weeks ago and didn't get even a nibble.

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Meh - Halibut are dry ass fish.
I usually donít cook them...


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Meh - Halibut are dry ass fish.
I usually donít cook them...


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Dude...worms!! :smt010 Lol (well...i suppose if you freeze it...then you got wormie frozen halibut...but it would be safe) :smt005
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Haha, well aren't you supposed to flash freeze all fish eaten raw anyways. I'm sure he does  :smt002


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I am interested too!


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I am definitely interested in it.


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+1 for me thanks!


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I'm interested, count me in please


YakColumbo

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Sounds like a great opportunity! Count me in, and my brother in law too.


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I was out there on sunday.. and it was pretty slow. One shaker and one striper in 6 hours of trolling. Maybe we should wait til a little bit or do ARW. My 2 cents
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I was there yesterday and with the clear water there was definitely fish to be had. I was able to pull a 26 incher out and lost a bigger one that came unbutton. There is bait at o.p. but the fish can move anywhere at any moment.
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I was there yesterday and with the clear water there was definitely fish to be had. I was able to pull a 26 incher out and lost a bigger one  that came in button. There is bait at o.p. but the fish can move anywhere at any moment.

Showing how itís done!