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Chinook - Timing is Everything
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Washington Coast Halibut
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Boating Halibut
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2009 Clam Season
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Halibut: Halibut are a strange fish. They spend the larval part of their lives swimming upright, with eyes on both sides of their head, but soon one of their eyes migrates to the other side of their body, and they live the rest of their life as a flatfish, staying at or near the bottom most of the time.

Halibut feed on all kinds of food, from fish to crab, to other halibut. Log on to the Washington section of the maps pages from Neah Bay to Port Angeles and learn where/when/how's of how to catch these delicious fish.

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Coastal Halibut Bonanza
Halibut Bait Rigs
The Halibut Seeker
Chasing Down Blue Fins
Boating Halibut
Heavy Metal Halibut

Fishing the Halibut Humps

How to Fillet a Halibut

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