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Southeast area sport fish report

...area increased and is currently requiring approximately 63 rod-hours per fish. Anglers are catching halibut in the Lynn Sisters and Couverden areas. At this time last year the halibut fishery required approximately 9 rod-hours per fish, with...
Alaska Digest

...line running from the head of Excursion Inlet east to Lynn Sisters. This includes all portions of the Chilkat Mountains...draining into Lynn Canal that lies south of the drainage at Lynn Sisters that flows between Mount Golub and Nun Mountain. The...
My Turn: University lands bill not the way to generate funds

...public trust and confidence in DNR is eroded. One example is the 1,358 acres at Lynn Canal, more commonly called Lynn Sisters. This parcel is classified as public recreation and is identified as a future state marine park. This land would complement...
Sport Fish report

...anglers had good luck at a variety of locations with the hot spots for halibut being Benjamin Island, North Shelter, Lynn Sisters, Point Sophia and the Breadline. The 2010 sport fishing regulations for king salmon in Southeast and Yakutat are currently...
Sport Fish report

...anglers had good luck at a variety of locations with the hot spots for halibut being North Shelter, Benjamin Island, Lynn Sisters, Couverden, Homeshore and south Shelter. King salmon fishing was worse than average, taking 451 rod hours to harvest...
Red king crab fishery closed

...have historically caught red king crab. The areas include Pybus Bay, Gambier Bay, Seymour Canal, Peril Strait, Lynn Sisters, Excursion Inlet, Port Frederick, Holkham Bay and the Juneau area. The estimate of available harvest was determined...
Fish report took eight hours to land the flatfish. The hot spots for halibut were around Vanderbilt Reef, Poundstone Rock, Lynn Sisters and Hawk Inlet. Halibut will continue to be abundant in the area until the latter part of August. Coho salmon also...
Fish report

...year it took five hours to land the flatfish. The hotspots for halibut were around Poundstone Rock, Vanderbilt Reef, Lynn Sisters and St. James Bay. Areas around south Shelter Island and Aaron Island also produced halibut. Halibut will continue...


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