Halibut Big Catches
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halibut.net know about your great halibut catch. While some halibut
anglers might think a big halibut catch would be a 300 pound halibut,
we realize a big catch might be a 50 pounder because of where you
caught the halibut.
We want to share your big
halibut catch photos with everyone. Simply E-mail
them to us and we'll post them here at Halibut Big Catches.
If you don't have a photo,
you can share your catch information without the photo of the monster
halibut. We'd also like to recognize all of the halibut anglers
who practice catch and release on big female halibut. That's
right, halibut over 100 pounds are typically females and very
important to the resource. Here at halibut.net we encourage
conservation of your catch to further promote a strong and healthy
halibut population throughout the west coast.
11 year old Kenny Pearson
of Ketchikan, Alaska with his first halibut. It was caught on December
26, 2000 in 80 feet of water on a 3 ounce PA Striker jig. It weighed
Don't you wish you could
catch halibut like this? Click here. It is possible, if you choose the right
guide or you do your homework to learn more about Pacific halibut. At
halibut.net you'll learn lots of great information about halibut, but
your input will help too! Please share your halibut fishing techniques
with everyone. Hey, we aren't asking for your hotspot, not that
we won't accept it, we just want to bring halibut anglers together,
and share information and photos.
halibut was caught while fishing with Cracker Jack Charters
Alaska. Remember, if you want to catch jumbo halibut like this you
must choose the right halibut fishing guide. If you need help choosing
a halibut fishing guide let halibut.net help you find the right guide
for halibut fishing to meet your needs and expectations. And if you
have suggestions about halibut fishing guides please go to the halibut
bulletin board click here, and share your experiences with others.
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L. Beath 2005 halibut.net a division
of Pacific Lure Communications