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Chinook fishing looks good in the fishing hole — but watch out for those seals.
It was a short, strange, summer but it looks like the season for doubling the layers of my rain gear has finally arrived. Soon the… Continue reading
Varney reports on fishing
I was watching some cool looking, single engine, private jets rocketing out of the airport the other day when I realized they were a nice… Continue reading
Last weekend as I was cruising the Homer Spit’s cleaning tables to see what was flopping on the cutting counters, I came across a surreal… Continue reading
I’m still receiving complaints that the smug silvers are continuing to drive some of you nuts at the Fishing Hole. Remember, they are fish and… Continue reading
While Turk and I were watching the water evaporate at The Fishing Hole early last week, a guy let fly with a rig composed of… Continue reading
I have found myself challenged by a perplexing conundrum brought to my attention by some exceptionally annoyed piscatorians haunting the fishing lagoon in search of… Continue reading
The staff at the Reeling ‘Em In headquarters has been diligently sifting through a myriad of cyber correspondence from fisherpersonage bemoaning the fact that they… Continue reading
The weather was phenomenal over the Fourth of July weekend. Visitors, as well as locals, seemed to enjoy barbecuing themselves along with the goodies they… Continue reading
Nick Varney says farewell to the summer fishing season.
Time catches up with us all.
Last week was a bit wild with the fire flare ups, road closures and hanging smoke. Until the winds finally showed up, the inside of… Continue reading
When can we expect a break in this low-roast scenario?
Our student learned fast and landed more than the “T Man” one morning.
It’s time to take a look at the fishing report for the week of July 30 - Aug. 5.
The key to get into the winner’s bracket is to remember a few simple facts.
It’s time to take a look at this Week of July 16 - July 22.
Slamming 10 to 40-pound flatfish with salmon tackle in shallow water is addicting.
The tides are going to be rockin’ some righteous change-outs