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Old 01-28-2013, 08:33 PM
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Default Pig at the local trout pond

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He's a little muddy, but I did the best I could. 4/5 pounds, I has my dress clothes on, ruined a nice pair of dress shoes, and he was caught on a green pheasant tail nymph. Maybe 20" long..,
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Pig is a good word for this one, he is as big as a football. Congratulations, what a great way to start off the new year.

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First trout I've had in my drag. Talk about addicting! I'm ready for some more!
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Wow! Nice fish, looks like a pretty one judging by what's showing through the mud. To bad about the dress shoes.
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Fishing with dress shoes on!
That's sure to annoy the missus.
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Way to sacrifice the body (and the shoes) to land that pig. Good on ya!
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