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    Welcome to Mike's Fishing Blog, the culmination of a ten year vision for this web site. I fish for anything that swims - put a pole in my hand and I'm there!
    One of my favorite fishing memories is a trip I took with my son James and brother Chris in August of 2007. My brother was visiting from Wisconsin and I don't see him very often. He wanted to go salmon fishing. I hoped for the best but never imagined it would be this good. What a day it was! Fish from the word go and good memories for all. It's days like this that make up for the skunk days. Truly a memory of a lifetime!

    If you want to see the excitement there's a video in the video section of the website. Here's to everyone's fishing memories!




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    Posted by: Mike Carey
    Posted: February 23, 2009 10:07 AM
    Categories: Salmon Fishing
    Aaron says:
    March 02, 2009 11:02 PM
    Sounds like we need a tutorial for posting photos to your blog.
    A9 says:
    March 02, 2009 09:08 PM
    On a side note, Mike, can ya explain to me how I upload photos to blogs? I tried using my photobucket account to get pictures on it, that didn't work, and I can't figure out how to do it via the image thingy on the blog tools.
    A9 says:
    March 02, 2009 08:46 PM
    Mike: If ya ever get tired of dodging boats or just get sick of the company, those Pinks can be found anywhere in the adjacent "open" areas near Humpy Hollow... Midway between the south end of Whidbey and Mukilteo where there are fewer boats is usually just as good of fishing as the east side of that area (humpy hollow) where all the boats are!

    Great pictures and great work on the new site!
    March 02, 2009 04:56 PM
    Wow, there's an invitation I can't pass up. Maybe it'll be the start of
    March 01, 2009 08:48 PM
    We got to get you over this way with a fly rod!! I am hoping to have a guide service in the next few years and the your first trip is on me!
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