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Below Kenai
Posted by Mark on May 23 2005
I think folks know better than fishing in mudflats, unless they're dragging a snag hook (illegal for a long time now).

But what about "surf-casting" a chunk of bait into the inlet below the Kenai River?

Halibut come into shallow water in early summer. How shallow?

Two things are for sure; you want to fish a point or other deep structure, and at low tide.

I think there's merit to the idea. I just don't know when or how.


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