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Halibut fishing reports

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Halibut.net just added a brand new halibut fishing reports Bulletin Board that has 64 areas covering the entire range of the Pacific halibut from Dutch Harbor Alaska south to California. Guides, lodges and YOU, the anglers who love fishing for halibut are welcome to share your fishing reports so that others can decide the very best place to go halibut fishing. Anyone who submits a halibut fishing report is welcome to share a link to their website and other contact information.

Halibut.net has prizes for halibut fishing reports too. Individuals who submit valid, accurate reports from any of the listed areas will be eligible for monthly prizes that will include either halibut tackle or the halibut bible, How To Catch Trophy Halibut by Chris Batin & Terry Rudnick.

Guides, lodges & Resorts who submit their accurate halibut fishing reports will be eligible for weekly prizes that include premium listings of their site on halibut.net for a period of one week. The listing will be posted on one of the main pages, where appropriate. And of course, you can list your links and contact information on the fishing reports Bulletin Board too.

Our new bulletin board also lets you rate guides, charters, areas and submit your favorite halibut recipe. We encourage a lively forum with lots of threads for the best-ever halibut fishing reports page.

If you would like a specific area listed that is not listed please e-mail me.

Click here to see the John fighting his halibut.  Note: you must have a sense of humor!

Halibut.net halibut fishing reports come from the entire west coast and will soon be available at www.halibut.net  Halibut fishing guides, resorts and lodges devoted to halibut fishing as well as anglers like you will be able to submit your halibut fishing reports.  Throughout the season, these reports will be updated as halibut anglers, halibut guides and the resorts and lodges provide information from their areas.

Fishing reports will come from Shelter Cove California, the coast of Oregon, Westport Washington, Lapush Washington, Neah Bay, Port Angeles, Sekui, the San Juan Islands, British Columbia's famous halibut hotspots including: Sooke, Victoria, Swiftsure Bank, Port Renfrew, Cape Beal, Barkley Sound, South Bank, Lighthouse Bank, Ucluelet, Tofino, Clayoquot Sound, Nootka Sound, Kyuquot Sound, Quatsino Sound, Port Hardy, Alert Bay, Telegraph Cove, Campbell River, Comox, Queen Charlotte Strait, Sullivan Bay, Haakai Pass, Smith Sound, Queens Sound, Milbank Sound, Laredo Sound, Caamano Sound, Banks Island, Kitimat, Prince Rupert, Dundas Island, Work Channel and Portland Inlet. The halibut fishing reports will also have reports from the lodges and resorts in the Queen Charlotte Islands including; Langara Island, Masset, Sandspit, Tasu Sound, Cartwright Sound, Kano Inlet, Rennell Sound, Port Louis, and Naden Harbor.

Alaska halibut fishing reports will no doubt be awesome considering how many great halibut fishing areas in Alaska there is. Alaska halibut fishing reports will come from the following areas: Prince of Wales Island, Kasaan, Point Baker, Craig, Klawock, Cape Muzon, Cape Chacon, Waterfall Bay, Southeast Alaska, Ketchikan, Hyder, Wrangell, Petersberg, Kake, Sitka, Tenakee, Elfin Cove, Hoonah, Pelican, Haines, Skagway, Yakutat, Cordova, Montague Island, Valdez, Whittier, Seward, Seldovia, Homer, Kenai, Pedro Bay, Kodiak, Kodiak Island, Chignik, Togiak, Dillingham, King Salmon, Aleutian Islands, Unalaska, Dutch Harbor, Bering Sea and throughout the Pacific Ocean.

Did we miss any great halibut fishing areas? If so, please e-mail us and let the best source of halibut fishing information, www.halibut.net learn from your halibut fishing experience. Watch for our live online halibut fishing report bulletin board and you too can post your great halibut catches and let us know what's not great too.

The halibut fishing reports page will also sponsor a prize giveaway, drawn randomly from anglers who submit valid halibut fishing reports and halibut fishing stories.

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