NOw can you see the complete moronic posts I have to deal with here? Proud Ma Ma (who hates the fact that his kids make more money then him and see's no return from putting them through school) thinks you are one of inforcers identities. This is the Grampa whos grandkids dont know he is posting on the internet and cussing out people in chat rooms. Nice Pa Pa.....One of the IRF board leaders LMAO
Look fellow, get your facts straight- I don't post much but have been around longer than either you or that inforcer guy. You ought to give thanks that SAC's B36 and B36J were patrolling the skies from 1948 - 1958 earning the title Peacemaker.
Now go back to the playground with your grandkids and teach them to �Aim High� rather then more of your trash talk.
Just noted your psuedo name. Did the inforcer really wait until he/she/it/ was 36 to get a B.J.? Really sad. Maybe explains her/his/its outlook on life.
How many identities do you use to talk to yourself? Do I have to put this one on ignore only to have it come up when I don't check in often enough to avoid the hated 'sign in'?
Its way too late for that. Read the posts pal! I begged months ago for Tung and Brain (one in the same) to use email for their penny stock hot tips. I posted 20 times this was not the venue for it. That it should be on a "private email" I had few supporters.
Tony and all
Lodges with guides are the only to go unless you have the time and $$ to spend a lot of time learning the local conditions and techniques. May set you back a few bucks but well worth the price. Don't try to take one of those trips on the cheap. Do be real careful about the guide you get, though. Look for somebody that will let you explore and wander a bit instead of staying in a large group to keep his insurance company happy. Viewing a grizzly with twin cubs on the beach and throwing small bottom fish up for the bald eagles to catch are worth at least as much as catching fish.
BTW, the chicken halibit (30-50 lbs) taste a lot better than the 150 pounders. In that part of the world any descent guide should be able to put you on those.
Except for the 180 pound tuna that I caught offshore Angola and the 500+ pound Marlin I got offshore Brazil (wasn't working in the awl bidness great?), the biggest and 'funnest' fish I've caught are salmon in B.C., Alaska and Oregon (where I grew up).
Sorry bylo, never had a chance to fish off of Washington.