Kent Carmichael of Ulysses, Kan (center) along with his brother Craig (left) and his dad Elmo poses with a giant halibut he caught on Tuesday, June 28, 2011, in the Gulf of Alaska, about 90 minutes offshore from Pelican in Southeast Alaska. A conversion table in the Alaska Tide Book was used to determine the weight of the 94-inch fish to be an estimated 466 pounds.
Kent Carmichael of Ulysses, Kan (center) along with his brother Craig (left) and his dad Elmo poses with a giant halibut he caught on Tuesday, June 28, 2011, in the Gulf of Alaska, about 90 minutes offshore from Pelican in Southeast Alaska. A conversion table in the Alaska Tide Book was used to determine the weight of the 94-inch fish to be an estimated 466 pounds. Courtesy Photo
Kent Carmichael of Ulysses, Kan (center) along with his brother Craig (left) and his dad Elmo poses with a giant halibut he caught on Tuesday, June 28, 2011, in the Gulf of Alaska, about 90 minutes offshore from Pelican in Southeast Alaska. A conversion table in the Alaska Tide Book was used to determine the weight of the 94-inch fish to be an estimated 466 pounds. Courtesy Photo

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