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Old 07-05-2009, 12:35 PM
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Default Afraid of the dark?

Note the gap of that size 2 bunny leech is a little open.


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I wonder why that is?

Writing story....

will submit story to couple magazines before I share it.

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The only thing we knew was it was really big and skied a couple times and the splash sounded huge.

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sounds like the work of a wisconsin musky to me...
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Were you fishing in Loch Ness?
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have photos

will share later
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Len: You obvisously hooked into something huge by the looks of the hook!!

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Old 07-06-2009, 10:14 AM
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Len, My bet would be a huge Brown...Or a dead head...LOL

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Old 07-06-2009, 11:56 AM
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dead head?

yes it is a big brown....

have been working on story...needs polish and going to send it to a few magazines...

Magazines want first publish...

will know by end of summer...
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Len: Good luck with your story, I sure hope you are successful in getting it published. If everything works out be sure to let us know we all want to read the story.

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Thought it was a big Brown...A deadhead is a log that is stuck in the bottom of the river and sticking out. Depending on which way it is facing it can be a rude awakening for someone floating the river at night. They do make for great trout hangouts...

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WHOA!!!!! You musta hooked a whale!!!! Can't wait to see the pics/storie. What mags are you sendin' it to??? I can't wait 'till the end of summer LOL.
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