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Halibut Fishing Capital of the World

By Linda Tancs

Homer, Alaska is the southernmost town on the state’s highway system, the ‘end of the road’ you might say.  And where land ends, the sea begins.  That’s great news for Homer, a fisherman’s mecca.  Recognized as the halibut fishing capital of the world, the local catch is limited to two fish per person per day.  Fish as long as you like; your catch will be packaged and sent home for you.  Best of all, the bounty is available year round and so are the roads, the scenic Seward and Sterling highways.

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