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Category:    Main  »  2010 Guest Photos
Pictured - Mr. John Towers

Also "Buying the Boat"
John Towers
Bob Achilles
"Oregon Ron" Geil

Life long friend "California Ron" Chiratti was sorely missing...

.... but next year!

"California Ron"

Ron Geil
Bob Achilles
So ... i see 1 Salmon rod -
a Lamiglas 1310 T actually - 25 pond test & the reel is a Penn 965 - but then i see another - well, part of another ....

?! hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm....
John Towers

FISH ON!
Ron Geil
Lennie Ambrose

Yellow Eye - a cold water cousin to a Red Snapper
Monster Rock Fish !

Ms. Kay Stein
(thanks for the recipe Kay)

Kay fished with her Uncle Lenny Ambrose - Lennie as you all know has fished with us FOREVER ....

Kay & her husband Dennis have also fished with us -

Thank you Kay -
(nice boots!)

Kay? when u get tired of that necklace i'll take good care of it!
Lennie Ambrose
Ms. Kay Stein

GORGEOUS!
L to R

Kay Stein & Lennie Ambrose
Coho (Silver Salmon)

They chose an option may of our folks have chosen - & one you do it - you do it over and over again - the "buy the boat" which means they have the boat to themselves -

basically they are buying out the remaing 2 seats on that boat for 200.00 per seat - per day -

it was an additional 400.00 per day shared equally between them -
Kay Stein

What did they go home with? A bunch - a whole lot 'o fish ....
There is a story that goes with this - has something to do with a camera - but my lips are sealed .....
Kay Stein & Uncle Lenny Ambrose
Lennie Ambrose ~

Thank you both very much ~ see you nezt year Lennie - & even though you said 2011 will be your last -

i put you in for 2012 August 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ..... (don't wanna get in trouble ~ you know?)

:-)
Abe Madrigal

gorgeous ~
L to R

Gary Seidel & Abe Madrigal
so it's a boat -

I'm seeing "man cave"

L to R
Tim Seidel
Abe Madrigal
Gary Seidel

could they be safer? NO -
2 Firefighters & 1 EMT
Tim Seidel

what did the each leave with?
100 lbs.
Abe Madrigal

Thank you gentlemen
They take pic's of us ....

We take pic's of them ....

it's all good ... Different than ADF&G (they are State)

NOAA is Federal ~

see the FOG? ... IT'S COMING .....
Left to Right
Ed Horn & Julia Horn

Thats right 6 days ... lot's of fish & 7 box's on departure

(fished with Steve & Bridget for 4 of their days - liked each other - it was a great pairing!
Ed Horn & Captain Roger Hames -

is it heavy? Did u filet off the back so you could pick it up?
Ed Horn
FISH ON!
Julia Horn

Nice Job!

(heavy?) :-)
Julia Horn
So - here we are - departure day -

Lots 'o fish - straight to the airport for their departure - everything is going perfectly -

flight 68 over heads ... diverted ... as was 62, as was flt 63, as was flight 67 ...

Bottom line is i got them a new room, Daniel has the fish back in OUR freezer, and we'll see what tomorrow brings ...

we want it to NOT bring FOG ~
YUP !

Nice Smile, really nice family, gorgeous fish & look at that fog just settling in ....

Bridget Duggan

FOG - SEE IT?
Steve Guerin
Bridget Duggan
Bridget Duggan -
Bridget Duggan & Steve Guerin

what did they take home?

6 Boxes - One box was commercially harvested Russian King Crab - Still harvested in the Bering Sea - but this is crab HUGE - and sweet & incredible

Thank you folks - see you at the ISE show in Denver?
Nice Fish - Very Nice fish!

Steve Guerin
Action Shot!

Steve Guerin

Ah Yes - the joy of fishing Halibut ...
L to R

Dick Fairfield
Bill Fairfield ....

(i'll just leave that alone ....)
Dick Fairfield

They - Dick & Bill fished a 2 Day 3 Night Package - what i call a POWER vacation ...

They went home with 73 lbs ... each
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Dick Fairfield
Bill Fairfield
L to R

Dick Fairfield
Bill Fairfield

thank you gentlemen -
Dick Fairfield

(nice hat!)_
Peter Van Schoonhoven
Peter Van Schoonhoven
Fish on!

Don HArtman
Mark Richards
& Rod Hjelmstad

Shared dates, Boat & Crew -

Mark Richards
Don Hartman

10 years? has it been that long?
ALL-L-L ABOARD!
Paul Peters

(not all he caught - but it's the only oicture i have of him ...)
is a 30 foot Aluminum Hull Almar

the others are 27 foot Seasport Sea Masters running a captain & a deckhand
Perfect! -

Rod Hjelmstad -

(okay co-workers - there is the proof!)
Fishing Salmon :
Rod Hjelmstad
Rod Hjelmstad
Rod Hjelmstad

Thank you Rod -

(hi Evan)
Paula Galloway

Paula Galloway &
Stan Slater

Went home with 170 lbs.

(recipes on the web site you know! over 1300 of them actually!)
L to R

Stan Slater
Gorgeous King Salmon
Capt'n Tim Twaddle

(Gorgeous - Congrats!)
Really ~ does it get better than that?

Paula Galloway
Paula Galloway & Stan Slater

Do you know they have fished with us since 2004?
Photographed?

yesterday ....
Fred Griffith

Fred & Elsie have fished with us for 4 to 5 years now - this year they brought along 10 year old twins -

PRICELESS !

Gramma & Grandpa - took their two grand children to Alaska for a summer fishing vacation with us.

The kids (Twins) were a pleasure to be with & they'd get SO excited!


..... most of the time. Except for poor Jake on day 1.

Olivia is offering her support.

Like i said - really REALLY nice kids!

(hi guys!)

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Jacob
Olivia
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Grandpa - Fred Griffith
Grand Daughter - Olivia
Fred & Jacob
~ this is what it's about

This is Jaka AL-L-L-L-L better!

"fish on"
Olivia & Fred

It's all about this too....
After some lessons are complete ... it's a matter of turning them l;oose on the fish. They did great!

L to R
Fred Griffith
Jake
Olivia (she's the oldest twin by just a few seconds)
L to R

Jacob (Jake)
Roger Hames * Capt'n
& Olivia
Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Olivia

i have to say though - these kids fished their little fingers off!
Olivia Fished with her Brother Jake
Grandpa Fred Griffith
& Gramma Elsie

Thank you folks!

Olivia is shown here with a gorgeous KIng & her deckhand Dominic Franklin
" FISH ON"!


Fred Griffith
Robert Piontkowski

Yellow Eye - excellent firm fleshed white meat - Have you guys noticed? we have 1300 recipes on this web site ...
Dan & Cindy Vartan
Robert & Marty Piontkowski

L to R
Dan Vartan
Robert Piontkowski
Cindy Vartan
L to R (line up the noses)

Dan Vartan
Cindy Vartan
Tim Twaddle (center)
Marty Piontkowski
Robert Piontkowski
Robert Piontkowski

(gorgeous fish!)
Cindy Vartan

(Fished since she was knee high to a grass hopper)
L to R

Dan Vartan
Marty Piontkowski
Marty Piontkowski
They call 'em Smilies for a reason !
Oh Yea ~

Fish Kissing .....

MMMMM Smack! love my fish - love my fish - love my fish -

Marty Piontkowski
Dan Vartan

Thank you Gentlemen & Cindy, Thank you!
Dan & Cindy Vartan
The rest of the story ....

Photo compliments of Dan & cindy Vartan - Thank folks!

From Dan : PS I had to attach a photo that you sent that we took, the boat was rocking pretty bad when Dan took the shot and your version is missing half the fish.
Out of order - but just received : and with the compliments of Howie Merkle

Fishing 6 Days & 7 Night Lodging * All Inclusive

Mike Gancasz
Joe Silva Senior
Clarence Gomes

Pictured Clarence Gomes
L to R

Clarence Gomes
Mike Gancasz
Joe Silva Senior
They also - survived "the storm"

L to R
Joe Silva Senior
Clarence Gomes

Thank you gentlemen - see you next year ~
Mike Gancasz - Photo Compliments of Howie Merkle
Unlike Juneau - we don't have a city "WALL" that the ships tie to. The anchor in the harbor - it is beautiful!
Max Dorflinger Sr.

On the Morning Bite
Group Leader : Joel Swartz

Repeat after me ...

45 pound King Salmon
45 pound King Salmon

thats right!
45 pound King Salmon

Congrats Joel!
Joel Swartz
Jerry Otto
Todd Otto
Max Dorflinger Sr.
Max M. Dorflinger Jr.
Max E. Dorflinger 111

Demonstrating the "good luck" fish Kissing technique is,
Left to Right:

Max Dorflinger Sr.
Joel Swwartz
Jerry Otto

you know these gentlemen have fished with us for 11 years? next year will be the 12th ~


Max Dorflinger 111

"catch of the day!"

perfect!
L to R

Todd Otto
Dad : Jerry Otto
Joel Swartz
Todd Otto
Max E Dorflinger 111
Max M. Dorflinger -
(Dad of Max E & Son of Max Sr.)
Max Jr.

Call me crazy - but it looks perfect - doesn't it?

Can you say peacefull?
Keeping his "Eye on the Prize"

Max M. Dorfllinger Jr.

background : Todd Otto
Max Dorflinger Sr.
Rock Fish!

Limits on these are 5 per angler pewr day - not a tough fishery - it is fast & furious!

Tons 'o fun!

Left to R
Max Sr.
Max Jr.
Max 111
This could be you!
What a cutie, hum? That is a great picture!

12 DAY STORM IS OVER!
JULY 2 - 10

July 2010 - also survivors of "the storm"

Provided by the Blissard family - Thanks folks!
They harvested this TROPHY Ling Cod also - but guess what -


LING COD IS NOT IN SEASON ...
bummer

Provided by the Blissard family - Thanks Again!
Yup you guessed it - still horrible weather & it's seriously affecting the fishing for our folks -

Mr. Don Lee

Mr. Barry Grobel

Nice "Butt"
Fred Clevenger :

Pen in hand, "Dear Mom",
I am in Alaska fishing with my friends -"they" are making me "bunk" with Barry & he snores. Could you mail me some ear plugs?
Love Fred
Lee Crowder
Gorgeous Fish!
Do you folks have any idea of how many pictures of Stan that i DON"T have?

Stan is totally the gentleman -

Pictured : Stan Germain

these folks fished durring the
"storm of the century"
that infamous period beginning July 2nd & lasting for about 2 weeks - (you know - the time of all the red on the fish report ...)

SURVIVORS ~
Stan Germain treated his family to the "2010 Annual Germain Family fishing Vacation"

Pictured here is:
Mia Germain

Stan's Son : Mia's Dad

Clark Germain
Tina Spear

"TROOPERS" every one of 'em!

and still smiling!
Mia Germain
Michio Nakota (Mitch)

So - i know you're all saying - " it isn't very big ..." but you know what? it is some of the finest halibut theyu will ever have - a few of the other thing s in their box's aren't too bad either!

Thank you gentlemen!
Brian Duke
Joe Tatum
Michio Nakota
L to R

Deckhand Dan Corduan
Michio Nakota

Tim Gerlach

The Captain is still talking about it ....

;-)
Tim Gerlach

Tim fished with friends & co-workers
Michio Nakota
Brian Duke &
Joe Tatum

Nice guys!

Coho!
Taking the 4th of July off to enjoy the sites and sounds of Sitka on a holiday -these 4 folks fished for 4 days -

Had Fun, & hgt some Fish too ~ it's what a fishing vacation is all about ...

Pictured is Veda Kershisnik
Can u say RAIN FOREST?

Denny Long
Mike Long

(nice King!) weather? well, what can I say - but, nice water!
"Group Leader"

Gerald Kershisnik!

Thank you Gerald!
L to R

Gerald kershisnik
Denny Long

My favorite! Yellow Eye!
King Salmon

Chinook

Photo Compliments of Deb Weiss & Frank Sligh

Thanks!
Photo compliments of Deb Weiss & Frank Sligh
L to R

Capt'n Roger Hames
Helen Anderson
Frank Sligh

Joining them & not pictured here is Franks wife, Deb Weiss &
Susan Mitchell, Helen's daughter


Arriving the the 29th - they took the 30th as a lay day (non fishing) fished the 1, 2, 3 of July - taking the 4th and 5th for some vacation time - flying home the morning of the 6th - NICE!

Wanna see? click on this link ~

Thanks folks ~ for everything!
Deb Weiss

Background: Deckhand Dan Corduan
Susan Anderson
Frank Sligh
"The Fishing of the Boots"

L to R

Deb Weiss
Susan Anderson
Helen Mitchell

perfect!
Helen Anderson


Action Shot!

Debb Weiss
Frank Sligh
Susan Mitchell
Soooo.

I think they are adorable - BUT if your out fishing?

Not so much!
you'd have to hear the story ...

L to R
Marie Vermes
Andrew Vermes
Josue Vermes

Photo Compliments of Howie Merkle -

Thank you folks!
Maria Vermes -

Good Show!
Maria Vermes
Josua Vermes
Andy Vermes
L to R

Gil Labrie
Josua Vermes (grandson)
L to R

Mark Labrie (son)
Andrew Vermes (son in law)
Gil Labrie (dad & father in law)
Brett Labrie (son)


pretty good, huh?
Andrew Vermes
Tad Labrie Sr.
L to R

Tad Labrie Sr.
Brett Labrie
Tad Labrie Jr.
Mark Labrie
Tad Labrie Sr.
Brett Labrie
Tad Labrie Jr.
Mark Labrie
Halibut Fishing at it's best -

(action shot)
Tad Labrie Jr.
Andrew Vermes
4 for 4

Tad Labrie Junior
Marie Vermes
Andrew Vermes
Josue Vermes
L to R

Phil LaRocca,
Spencer Moore,
Lee Crowder
used on Crab & Shrimping Trips .....
Teri Bird
Craig Bird

Thank you folks!
How we get "stuff" from there to here!
Rea (Glenda) Geissel
Bill Geissel
L to R

Rea Geissel & deck hand Dan Corduan
Bubble Feeding
Jake Ferrel

Jake fished with his father in law Mike Marriott
Mike Marriott
Jake Ferrell
Mike Marriott
L to R

Michele & Chris Grey
fishing with
Ron Miller & Scott Gibson -

Agasin - Thank you folks ~
We had donated a 3 day 4 Night All Inclusive Package to the American Cancer Soceity -

Ron Miller won the bid & brought along "buddy" Scott Gibson -

thank you gentlemen ~
Hmmmm suspiciously miss in Action `
Saint Lazaria ~ Bird Santuary

Located twenty miles west of the small city of Sitka, St. Lazaria is a rough area of wilderness thatís home to some stunning examples of Alaskan flora and fauna. The island is part of a chain of islands that make up the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge; as such, tour guides and guidebooks often refer to St Lazaria as the Saint Lazaria National Wildlife Refuge. Whatever you decide to call it, St Lazaria certainly makes for a memorable day trip away form the creature comforts of Sitka. This is an impressive and isolated part of the world, and most visitors get a joyous kick out of exploring its landscape.

St Lazaria Island qualified to become part of the National Wildlife Refuge thanks primarily to its astounding bird population. The island is no bigger than 65 acres of land, yet around half a million birds are believed to live on the island, representing a whopping 7,000 different species. It comes as little surprise, then, that Saint Lazaria National Wildlife Refuge is an absolute haven for bird-watchers, who head here by day to get a glimpse of cormorants, guillemots, and murres, to name a few. The island is popular destination for wildlife tours in the area.

Saint Lazaria Island is known for its daily shift of birds: The islandís populace switches from day to night, with certain petrels, murrelets, and auklets landing on the island following sundown and then leaving once the sun rises again. Naturally, bird-watching come sundown is a tricky task, and those who do visit tend to limit their activities to the sunlit hours of the day.

The Saint Lazaria National Wildlife Refuge isnít the easiest place in the world to access, and visitors normally confine themselves to Sitka tours that happen to visit here or guided group tours that explore the island more thoroughly.

http://www.destination360.com/north-america/us/alaska/st-lazaria-island
Patrick Sheehan

" FISH ON!"
Pat Sheehan
Thatcher Burns

Fishing with Dad & Grand Pa -

very cool!
Dad of Thatcher ~ Mark Burns
walking on water ......


Hmmm
Grueshow, Rick & Becky
Rich & Becky Grueshow
Greg Croft

These folks "kicked Butt" !
Kasey Keenan
Greg Croft
Greg Croft & Kasey Keenan

Thank you folks!

Smilie!

Kasey Keenan
Allan & Flo Sheridan
Flo & Allan Sheridan

Thank you folks!

Wed, June 16, 2010 2:16:40 PM

Hello Octobre! (or whoever is covering while you're sick):

To: reel.affair@att.net
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Hi there from the Keck family!

October we just wanted to thank you for the wonderful trip we had and remark that it was truly a memorable 4 days of fishing.

We hope you are recovering from your illness and that Roger and Dan are doing well and to thank Pam and Tim for covering for you.

At this time we are also wondering if we could have the fishing pictures (JPEGs) sent to us via email?

That would be great if we could get those. Thanks again.

Tom, You're welcome - they are on the way via e-mail!
Tom Keck
Margaret Keck
Meghan Keck
Tom Keck Jr.
Ian Keck
Victoria Carrell
Andrew Keck
Spencer James

Thank you folks!
Compliments of Candy & Jeff Holm
Fred & Kathleen live locally & fish with us every year - treating family from the Seattle area to a half day charter

Thanks folks!
L to R

Fred Everest
Claude McEwen

L to R

"Rev". Jason Priest .....
Dad Larry Priest
Andrew Priest
Andrew Priest

Ling cod - Andrew harvested this Ling Cod - the slot limit is 30 to 35 inches may be retained & 1 trophy of 55 inches or larger.
Jason Priest
L to R

Andrew & Larry Priest

thank you folks!
Jason Priest

Gorgeous - the water - the fish - the smile!

Happy campers are great!
Dad, Larry Priest
L to R

Albert Gonzales
Gene Guerra
L to R

Albert Gonzales
Gerry Marasovich
Darwin Skiles
Gene Guerra

(nice guys)
Albert Gonzales

A man doing what a man does best -

fishing ....
Mr. Darwin Skiles

FISH ON!
REALLY NOW ... DOES IT GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS?

Gerry Marasovich
Gerry Marasovich
Gene Guerra

thank you gentlemen - you were a pleasure to fish -

Photo compliments of the Loveless Family

Thanks folks - nice shot!
Ron Rovang -

"Fish ON!"
Rich Rovang

Yup - on the bite!
That folks is why they call 'em SMILIES!~
Rich caught this beautiful halibut - the yield was just about 75 to 80 lbs of meat -

it made me happy - they caught this beauty & then knew they had plenty of halibut for thier two families to enjoy & called the halibut fishig quits - no over harvesting - perfect!
Yup - bigger than Rich -

wow ....

Rich was STOKED - pumped full of adrenalin
L to R

Rich Rovang
Halibut
Roger Hames - Captain
Dan Corduan - Deck hand

Congrats!
Fishing Kings (Chinook)

Ron Rovang
Fishing Kings (Chinook)

Ron Rovang
Ron Rovang

Beautiful!
L to R

Rich Rovang
Ron Rovang

2 Ling Cod, 2 Yellow Eye, & gorgeous water

Thank you Gentlemen

If your into hiking

Annahootz offers an incredible view. It's not a hike (climb) for the ocassional hiker. The visual reward is stunning

Photo by Pamella Tremain
Left to Right; back row

Sharlene Loveless - Mom
Ciera
Hunter
Shelby
Robert Loveless - Dad

Left to Right; front row
King Salmon
King Salmon
King Salmon
King Salmon
King Salmon

Watch the Loveless family Photo Show here ~

Thank you folks, a pleasure fishing you!
Sharlene Loveless

Goregous Smile!

Sharlene, if you have any pictures you'd like added feel free to fire them off ~
Robert Loveless a.k.a. Dad

great picture - even better? the boots ... to bad you can't see the boots ... I saw the boots ...

but seriously, this one we'll be using in our booth at the sportsman shows for 2011. What do we look for to use a guest photo?

1.) Expressions
2.) the play of the sun
3.) vibrant color

it's all here -
Left to Right

"the troops"

Shelby Loveless
Hunter Loveless - my facebook friend
Ciera Hunter

These young adult were a pleasure to be around.
Sharlene Loveless

Sahrlen & her family harvest their full limits of "Smilies" (King Salmon)

They fished 4 days, with a current limit on King Salmon of 1 per angler per day not to exceed an anual bag limit of 3.

They chose to smoke one (1) king, Fillet the other 14 Kings ....

When you run out of ideas we have over 1300 recipes on this site.
See you in SLC in March at the ISE Show

Click here to go to our recipe page
Hunter Loveless - the youngest brother to Ciera & Shelby. Under the "bibs" Are his summer shorts. What a cool trip for a kid to go back and talk about at school!
Robert Loveless & a Yellow Eye

Yellow Eye is a firmfleshed mild while meat. It is my favorite, yup i even like it more than Halibut -

What did they go home with?
Over 200 lbs.

Again, Thank you so much. You're a lot of fun to fish!
Me?

Not saying a word ...

lucky boots ....

Photo Compliments of the Loveless Family -

:-)

Nice Line-up -

Robert
Sharlene
Shelby
Hunter &
Ciera

& a pile o' Yellow Eye ~

Photo Compliments of The Loveless Clan -Thanks folks!

Sat, June 12, 2010 11:21:34 AM

the best trip ever

From: Robert Loveless
To: reel.affair@att.net; reelaffair

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Hay, Just want to thank you all for the time of our life's.

It will be a trip we will always talk about. You run a A+ operation and treat everyone with class. All the 200+ lb of fish made the all day trip home still frozen.

Just can't thank you enough for the great time you showed us on out trip.

Here are a couple of Pic's.

Thanks a million The Loveless's

*

U guys are so welcome! Tim & Octobre

Picture compliments of the Loveless Clan -

L to R

Robert
Sharlene
Shelby
Hunter
Ciera
I think they are great. But then i don't fish
Lynn (pictured) and Kim Walter arrived in town on their Honeymoon & ready to fish.

Ladies, remember when we were all younger and folks would say; there is no need to rush in ... there are plenty of "Fish in the Sea"!

Remember that? Well, in a figure of speech, as of today there are now 2 less - her new husband Kim Walter & that nice King she has on her lap!

Congratulations to you both!

Lynn & Kim Walter Fishing Vacation * click here!
Kim Walter -

Yes folks - thats right! They did well on Day 1 - waters were too rough for halibut, but they got their Kings & other species - They fished that wind storm we've had the last few days ~
Lynn Walter

Nice Yellow Eye!
Lynn Walter -

A 34.5 inch Ling Cod - What are the odds?

Lynn & Kim each harvested one in the slot limit & both the same size ~
Phyllis Breese

Celebrating her 43rd Wedding Anniversary
with her husband Phillip -

43 years, very cool! Their trip was excellent. The airlines played with them a little bit but all is well that ends well ~

Thank you folks!

their catch? - they averaged 1 box of fish a day in finished fillets of Halibut, Yellow Eye, Ling Cod, Rock Fish & King Salmon. Very Nice! Very nice to have folks choose to spend their anniversary with you (us) ~

See you in January at the sportsman show. Thanks again & & take care!

"How the Breese Family spent their Anniversary Click here!
Meet Phillip Breese. Drove all the way to Denver from MO. to visit with us at the ISE sportsman show. He attends the ISE show & also attends the 10 day Stock Show that is held at the same time.

Nice Ling Cod Phil!

Funny folks those stock show exhibitors. We share a van ride with the stock show folks while in Denver. A good time is had by all. We: Akn Reel Affair & Tailhunter Intl. share a van with the Librarian convention folks too. yup, same dates; as fun as the stock show people? Not so much ...

Nice gentleman Mr. Breese is. The airlines jacked them around a bit on the return flight (heck of a way to run a business if you ask me). It wasn't good 'ole Alaska Airlines - it was a competitor who will remain nameless as i am not all that into law suits.

Slot Limits for Ling Cod -
1 may be between 30 & 35 inches:
the other may be a trophy of 55 inches or larger.

Do you folks have any idea just how many Ling Cod are 35 1/2 inches long!

Or better yet, just how many are 53 - 54 inches long?

Thank you Phil! Happy Anniversary!
Gorgeous - Tubby water! Flat calm -

Check out the smiles. I'm guessing it's because they both have nice "butts" ~


my baad ....

Tue, June 22, 2010 4:05:35

fish

From: phyllis breese

To: Octobre / Alaskan Reel Affair Charters reel.affair@att.net

We had some rock fish last night it just was GREAT.

I got the recipes on Yellow Eye and as soon as we stay home long enough we are have some.

We have had lots of rain in the last week over 8 inches

We never get rain in June.

We have even had some flooding around us.

On Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 2:36 PM, Octobre / Alaskan Reel Affair Charters wrote:

Yes Maam fishing has been very good - it changes throughout the season - to diffrent - but just as good -

i love rock fish - that & Yellow Eye -have you seen the recipes on the web site? Now that you've had this fish - you are spoiled - no more 'store bought' for you guys!

Thank You, Octobre Twaddle
Cell ph ~ 907-738-3322
Toll free ~ 888-966-2322
E-mail reel.affair@att.net
Web site ~ www.reelaffair.com


From: phyllis breese

To: Octobre / Alaskan Reel Affair Charters reel.affair@att.net
Sent: Mon, June 21, 2010 9:32:30 AM

Subject: Re: Fwd: fish

Is the fishing still good?

We had some rock fish deep fat fried the other night, man it just melted in our mouth.

We have been having RAIN. 4 inches in the last to nights.

Take care and thanks again for make our anniversay special. .

On Sun, Jun 20, 2010 at 10:32 PM, Octobre / Alaskan Reel Affair Charters reel.affair@att.net wrote:

very nice hearing from you - 30 hours! holy Cow! Glad you had a great time. It's what it's all about. & going home with a nice amount of fish too! Thank you for sharing your anniversary with us ~

Thank You, Octobre Twaddle
Cell ph ~ 907-738-3322
Toll free ~ 888-966-2322
E-mail reel.affair@att.net
Web site ~ www.reelaffair.com

From: phyllis breese

To: reel.affair@att.net
Sent: Sun, June 20, 2010 7:05:03 PM
Subject: Fwd: fish

October and Tim

Sorry I'm so late getting back top you.
Jet lag 26 hour in diffent airports Is really more than I can take.

The fish was still froze when we got home & 30 hours after we last saw you.

We have had over 4 inches of rain in the last 5 days. We usally get zero this time of year.

We had a great time fishing and your CD was GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRReat

Thank you so much.

When it gets closer to your show in Denver we will let you know if we are going

Thanks Again
Phil and Phyllis

Tell Mike hi for us. We really like him and he did a great job
Phillip & Phyllis Breese

The early morning bite ~
Phyllis & Phillip Breese

1 fish
2 fish
RED fish
RED fish

Blue rhymes better though
Fish On!

Nice Job Phyllis!

If anyone runs across Phil, ask him about fishing Kings on their first day of fishing ~

Ultimatley they flew from Sitka with 147 pounds of freshly frozen, vacuum sealed Alaskan Sport Caught Seafood to enjoy for a very long time.

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