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Crooked Creek
Posted by Alaskacanoe on Apr 13 2006
People Hole is Combat fishing. It is not as bad as the Russian, but getting very popular. The few fishing holes you can catch fish from a boat is pretty fun to watch. the drift boats line up and back troll thru the holes, in single file. Boats as far as the eye can see waiting to get into the few little holes. The thing is though, that you will probably catch a fish on the Kasilof, so it may be worth it.
My technique is to wear a mexican ammo bandelero and a turn my hat sideways on my head, insert an Alkaseltzer in my mouth and take a big swig of water as I approach my desired fishing spot. Babble uncontrollably and wave my 9 ft 10wt fly rod around wildly, checking my holtser'd 10 inch black hawk a couple of times as Alkazelter foam pours from my mouth. I always get the spot I desire, and plenty of Casting room...LOL This also works on the Russian, but once in a while someone that is not pretending to be this way, and is for real foaming at the mouth comes along up there, and then you really have trouble...lol

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