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Old 08-28-2014, 12:14 PM   #1
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The biggest fish I've EVER seen!

Went fishing with ernest917, and this is what I pulled out of the water. It was SO MUCH WORK!
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I sure hope his (917's) was smaller than yours.....LOL.
Be careful as you fillet that thing,,,,,,,,
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Are you going to have it mounted?
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ivee always said anyone can hook a big fish ...but it takes an excperinced angler to hook fish of that size,,,,,,koodos to you....bill dance would have been proud..
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I have seen bigger minnows used for bait.
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You are holding the fish all wrong! Next time hold the fish close to the camera and with you as far back as your arm will allow you to be. Sure makes a fish look like a monster!! I've done that lots of times. LOL
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The real question is how big will that fish be in your camp fire stories?


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Trophy fish, smallest fish in the water for angling purposes. Mount that on the wall.
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Trophy fish, smallest fish in the water for angling purposes. Mount that on the wall.
I could do it with a piece of velcro!
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