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Old 01-19-2009, 01:18 PM
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Not a good pic, but one of the few that I have. Sorry, folks, that's not a fly rod, it's a spinning outfit....before I caught the fly bug.
We'll forgive ya on the rod thing man, this time LOL
Just kidding , I just caught two bows on a spinning rod and a mepps and rapala yesterday.
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Old 01-19-2009, 01:30 PM
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Here are a couple more for ya'all, the rainbow was 27" long and 22" around weighd between 15 and 16 lbs, the ONLY damn time there was no one around to take my pic holding it lol, I snapped a quick pic and revived him until he swam off. The hybrid stripers my wife and I caught last Sep. 4 on the fly rod and the last pic was one I snapped of Staci casting and thought it came out good.
This has been a great thread I have enjoyed putting faces to names and seeing the familly pics I think its great when people have soemhting as great as fishing to do with their kids and spouses
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ok this looks like a great thread better join in.

Me fly fishin the middle fork on a 100 degree day.

I caught this little yellowstone cut. on a size 18 adams. first and only and im sure proud of it.
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Acutally with the website attached it's pretty easy to put my face to my name.

This is from our trip into the mountains this past Aug.

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Good to see you Mark.

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2 Paws...Smith or Ruger?
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SW 500 Magnum loaded with 700 grain T-Rex Thumpers. All together it weights right at 5 lbs. Really not that bad to shoot, even with a 4 inch barrel. It's more of a security blanket. My Nephew carries the same thing when we are out and about.
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SW 500 Magnum loaded with 700 grain T-Rex Thumpers. All together it weights right at 5 lbs. Really not that bad to shoot, even with a 4 inch barrel. It's more of a security blanket. My Nephew carries the same thing when we are out and about.
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Not an Elephant, a Tyranasaurus Rex.
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I was Looking for a topic that I haven't seen lately and one that can't draw too many different opinions.

Sometimes I wonder who you are, and so I thought I would put the option out here to put a fishing face on. Now whether you agree or strongly disagree with something I post you'll know what I look like.

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Here I am in living at your request with a nice little salmon that I release after the picture was taken this summer. Tight Lines to All, Mike
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