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    Default Dip netting.

    http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/2aFpuW...-pictures.html

    A very intresting article/blog/thing about dippnetting in alaska!
    www.fishoregon.blogspot.com

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    Very interesting pictures trout! Kinda glad people dont do that in any other states(legally), otherwise it would be so over crowded I think ppl would get hurt. Thanks for the info!


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    Yea! I saw them doing this in AK one time. It works because the sockeye salmon swim right along the bank.

    http://www.sf.adfg.state.ak.us/regio...se/kenaipu.cfm

    If your fishing for them it is easy to cast to far out. If you are a resident you are allowed to do this and the retention amount is generous. There is also another net fishing fisherie in this area for another fish that in AK is called "Hooligan" [smelt] to us..

    http://www.sf.adfg.state.ak.us/regio...hooliganpu.cfm

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    That is a whole lot of Hooligans. WOW!!!

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    I remember as a younger child, I'd go to the sandy river with my dad for Smelt. The water would be super high and blown out, and he would stand there and catch bucket loads of smelt, and I would always play in the mud puddles.
    Too bad they closed Smelt fishing. Now we can only buy them from BC and Alaska.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troutier bassier View Post
    I remember as a younger child, I'd go to the sandy river with my dad for Smelt. The water would be super high and blown out, and he would stand there and catch bucket loads of smelt, and I would always play in the mud puddles.
    Too bad they closed Smelt fishing. Now we can only buy them from BC and Alaska.
    I remember those days too. BUCKET LOADS! It was amazing! My Yiayia (Grandmother) Loved to fry those little guys up.

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