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Old 02-10-2011, 10:58 PM
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Default Re: Beware Grip 'n Grinners...

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Too late. I'm studying everyones fish pics. Guess I'll see you this summer
Jimmie: That was great! LMAO!
Most all of the rivers/stillwaters I fish are well published anyway so I'm not worried!

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The only time the GPS on my phone was helpful was when I needed to call the poliece my cell takes **** pics (work phone) my own phone is so basic that its most advanced feature is TXT

but for my spots they if not famous they still get very high angling presure

there is only one place I fish that I dont share thats because its private property and mainly bait fishermen use it (so I get a chance to clean up with the fly with out the 2hr drive)

and I dont photograph fish unless they are coming with me or in the water (not attached to the line cos there is no way I will use a $600 camera that close to water), because I fish mostly alone and gravel river banks getting close to 80-100 deg f will cook them

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