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Old 01-22-2012, 01:09 AM
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Default Re: Doing our part

Clayton,

That was very good, and I believe you said this in a manner that readers will understand. With years to practice I've gotten real good at landing even large salmon and steelhead trout fast, and I mean fast. I am not a guy who enjoys the 'fight', the fight is when you lose the fish. If you want to catch them then you gotta do just that and let em go just as quick. Almost all fish pictures I have fall into 2 categories; live trout, char, salmon, or grayling in the water, or dead salmon that we intend to eat.

Very good post, I loved Bio classes too
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