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Top Six halibut fishing hotspots  Washington State's best halibut fishing
Where to catch Big halibut Alaska's best halibut fishing, Dutch Harbor
Washington's Hein Bank & Middle Bank halibut fishing How to handle halibut after you get them to the boat
Halibut baits, the top choices for halibut

Keep watching for more great halibut fishing articles. Our sponsors will soon be adding to the list of articles that will surely help to increase your catch. Halibut.net wants to make sure you learn everything you need to know about catching Pacific halibut and California halibut. While the two species are uniquely different, they do share many of the same qualities, most notably, their flat appearance. The Pacific Halibut is much larger, however, sometimes growing to well over 500 pounds. The largest known halibut is one that some Alaskan Natives captured in a gill net while fishing near Sitka Alaska. That fish, while never officially weighed, has been estimated at just over 1,100 pounds, based on it's length in the picture.

California halibut, on the other hand, don't reach much past 50 pounds. Even so, they fight with vigor and can test the toughest of tackle.

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