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By September 3, 2011No Comments

The last week has demonstrated just how good late season fishing is in Sitka – lots of silvers, good numbers of kings and plenty of halibut. And, even when the wind blows, we’ve been able to produce limits and near limits in safe, calm, inside waters. On September 1, the wind was up and our boats went inland to excellent results. On September 2, the ocean calmed down enough for two of our boats to run to the ocean where Captains Greg Mohs and Ryan Refshaw fishing with a group from Melaleuca, Inc. out of Idaho Falls, Idaho found good numbers of lots of silvers and 5 kings. At the same time, Captain David Gross, fishing with the Nordlund group caught a limit of silvers and halibut, plus one king and lots of Pacific cod well inside without any swell or ocean conditions. Forecast for today and tomorrow looks good for the ocean where the biggest silvers of the season should be abundant and a surpising number of kings are still biting. We have about a week of fishing left in what has been an excellent 2011 season.

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