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Old 10-29-2013, 05:55 AM
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Sorry folks -- ADD. Point already made.

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I am learning the CPR every time I go fishing now. Most of my trouts didn't leave the net or smile at the camera, unless they the bad big bully ones.
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maybe I'm confused, Turbin....didn't you just apologize for hijacking things in EXACTLY THE SAME WAY N EXACTLY THE SAME THREAD? My dog was a little slow, but he was old....
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Default Re: Practicing Proper Catch and Release

I'm new here and learn a lot as I go , there is some wonderful info in these c&r posts, thanks a lot.
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Descending a fish with a weight ? Never heard that one before.
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