What a smirk, likly
because he knew he was winning the 20 dollar pot.
Brad Potter fishing Ship Creek - no fish that day, it was a little early.
Joe Scores, Brad spotted the fish and I snuck in there and stole the action, then handed Brad my camera to take pictures for proof.
Setting up camp at Steelhead campground, pretty crowded but Jason's trailer made the difference.
Trolling for kings outside of Whiskey Gulch. We had one good take down but no committment.
Nice halibut, we got over 300 lbs of gross halbibut and about 200lbs of fillets.
Brad checking out his fish that did not fit in the cooler, it weighed just under 60lbs - we weighed it.
Coming in on the "tractor factor" these guys are first class but it can be a little harry trying to get your boat into the trailer on the way in if the seas are kicking up.
We developed a new brand for our fishing services, we decided to call it "Crappy Charters" we figure this set the expectations correctly.
Each evening after fishing the morning tide we ran into Homer, this is behind the people hole where Brad and Jason were trying to catch a King.
the best thing about Homer is the "Washboard" for 5 bucks you get a shower and for 1.50 more you get the steam room shower - you can ask Brad about this - he came out smiling.
While we were waiting for our Halibut to be processed (spoiled) we fished the Anchor River, I caught a nice 15lb range king and released it.
What a smirk, likly because he knew he was winning the 20 dollar pot.