(This is fourth in a series of posts recapping my recent trip to Glacier Bay National Park in southeast Alaska.)
To say my hubby is an avid fisherman would be an understatement. This man loves nothing more than to be on a boat casting for the big one. At home one can find him trolling the local rivers for salmon. But one of his favorite things to do is fish for halibut in Alaska.
|On the boat dock in Gustavus
|Blue sky beginning to peek through the clouds
|Keeping an eye on the poles
|My first halibut was just over the size limit, so we had to throw it back
|Waiting for a bite....
|Hubby caught a nice halibut
|Misty mountain scenery
|My hubby doing what he does best
|Me doing what I don't do best!
|These two young ladies on our charter were a lot of fun
|One of the young ladies wanted to try and club the fish
|Whale sighting close to the boat
|Finally a keeper!
|Towards afternoon the sky clouded over and it started to rain
|Our boat caught it's limit of halibut
|One of the young ladies even wanted to try and fillet a fish
|Bald eagle sighting
|Our boat with their catch