Halibut stack up ‘like floor tile’

Did you read about about Dan Retzinger and Smart Charters in the Anchorage Daily News?

DEEP CREEK — The halibut fishing got crazy around 5:30 Monday afternoon as the incoming tide began to slack in the icy waters of the Cook Inlet.

A plume of steam rose from Mount Iliamna several miles north, the Cook Inlet bluffs looked like skyscrapers to the east and sun glimmered off the rolling sea. But 200 feet below Dan Retzinger’s 22-foot Hewescraft, a party of flatfish was getting started — and all five of Retzinger’s guests were invited…

Read more of Halibut stack up ‘like floor tile’ By KEVIN KLOTT at ADN.com.

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2 Responses to “Halibut stack up ‘like floor tile’”

  1. Hollis Olejarski #

    I always prefer to use floor tiles that are made from hardened ceramic or carbon fiber based floor tiles. they really last very long and requires less maintennance. .,;:,

    Kind regards

    October 5, 2012 at 2:38 pm
    • Lee #

      Here’s a secret I don’t cook fish I’ve alawys been afraid to try! But you’ve made it sound easy and delicious so I have no more excuses. Thanks for the step by step instructions and photos. You’ve inspired me!

      December 7, 2012 at 6:33 am

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