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    Re: berkeley halibut

    Quote Originally Posted by Jbean7145 View Post
    Great work Greg how's the Valhalla runnin?
    Top notch, changed the motor out right after our Bragg Tuna run. I found the other motor had a couple holes with low compression, so I dropped a fresh built motor I had that was going into the Ski boat. Hope I can steal you from Terry to deck dog on my sled for a trip or two,,,gregg

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    Re: berkeley halibut

    Great work Greg how's the Valhalla runnin?

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    Re: berkeley halibut

    Quote Originally Posted by redrumfish View Post
    trolling? drifting? live? dead?
    bouncing 1lb balls with popsicles,,,gregg

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    Re: berkeley halibut

    trolling? drifting? live? dead?

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    Re: berkeley halibut

    Well **** ill be out there soon to give it a try

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    Re: berkeley halibut

    Good job on the hali. Way to break the ice for 2018!
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    Re: berkeley halibut

    Broke the ice yesterday with the first trip. Had my brother in law visiting from Minn. and another buddy on board. We had low expectations, but figured we go anyways since the lack of rain has the bay fairly clean. Very little bait marked around Richmond and Berkley, but when I did find some, I worked a grid and picked a fish. Just a short and this legal for our efforts, but it's mid February. First time for my Brother in Law on/fishing the bay, seeing and catching a Halibut. Plus it was on the Valhalla, which he watched me build on social media, that had him stoked even if it was a just a boat ride. He and my sister loved it, he called it Walleye of the west, haha, if you ever have ate Walleye, you would know that's a big endorsement,,,gregg
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    It’s better to be fishing and thinking about God then to be in church thinking about fishing.

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    Re: berkeley halibut

    I usually start to hunt for halibut in March-April and from personal experience they start to show more in the South Bay area first. Next Alameda, then the East Bay. Again, this is just my personal experience through the years. Hope to have an early season with this spring like weather lately. Goodluck with your season.
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    berkeley halibut

    Does the early spring mean that the halibut should be there soon?

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