The strong action for silvers continued the past three days. The boats headed southward to Biorka have generally gotten limits or near limits. Those headed north brought back at least half limits or a little more. What then go north? One reason is the recent northwest winds made for rougher water to the south, plus we never know from day to day where the best action will take place. The trip north has a special place in the hearts of a lot of our customers who want to see the beautiful scenery and wildlife along the ride. Halibut fishing remains strong. We’ve had mostly comfortable seas, but the tight chop of the northwesterly was a bit uncomfortable Monday. We’ve also had a persistent presence of fog on the ocean which is highly unusual in Southeast Alaska.