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Given that trophy class is 50 lbs.
Posted by Bob Ball - Piscatorial Pursuits on May 11 2005
in all Alaskan waters except the Kenai River, I'm (perhaps incorrectly) assuming that since he / she would like the best chance at a mounter ... which for most people is a fish of trophy-class size ... that a chance to hit a Kenai fish in the salt is likley the best best to find something large.

20-30 pounders are respectable fish and certainly nothing to snub your nose at, but since they are so widely available in a great number of terminal fisheries in both fresh and salt water I was simply passing advice on what IMO would be the best odds for a trophy-class fish in the southcentral area in that timeframe.

As a general rule, is it not true that a feeder will be smaller than a fish near maturity??

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