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Discussion in 'The Great Outdoors!!!' started by CentaurG2, Aug 7, 2018.

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    Gonna need a bigger boat, and some new shorts!:surprised3:
     
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    Looks like the Shark was thinking the same thing that a Bear does when it sees a tent ⛺️

    To a Bear a Tent ⛺️ is a Candy Wrapper;):surprised3::)

    Doug :cheers:
     
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    stihl sawing MAD DOG

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    Never have seconds thoughts about fishin.

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    stihl sawing MAD DOG

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    They taste good too.

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    Those are some nice fish. They would be considered “bigly” up here as most of our streams and lakes are heavily overfished. I use to fish an overflow with limited access that still had some hoggs in it. Throw them swamp donkeys and ribbit frogs, running my little calcutta conquest 51 on a g loomis. Had to use braided line as the vegetation was so thick. Nothing better than watching that water boil right under the lillypads. I haven’t been freshwater fishing in years. Too busy and too lazy. Cant eat freshwater fish around here anyway as they are loaded with mercury. Catch and release using barbless hooks.
     
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    Those weren't very big, only about two pounds each. caught a few hybrids in the ten pound range but lost all my pictures I had on the computer. Only reason I had those they were on my phone.
     
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    I would have placed them between 3 and 4lbs which is big for around here. Biggest I have ever got was about 7lbs on a zara spook. Blues and stripers are late this year and the rip tides have been bad.
     

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