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Great pictures and it looked like a greaty time. Probably cooler than our 98 degrees in northern MN on July 4th. Keep 'em coming Tyler.
What a nice catch of fish and looks like beautiful scenery! Personally never made it to Alaska but fished plenty in Puget Sound and thought the flavor of fish I caught was 1) Lingcod sweet and tasty, 2) halibut beautiful tasting, 3) king and silver salmon, prepared with alder is great, 4) sockeye is a more oily tasting fish in my opinion. Congrats on a nice catch.
There are plenty of ways to spend the Fourth of July here in Alaska, but this year I made my way back to Afognak Island in pursuit of sloppy, slimy, delicious fish with my friends Luke and Josh Randall.
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