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Old 12-08-2011, 12:28 AM
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Last June I found the leathery hide of a monk fish . They're another "pretty fish"

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wow, some "lookers" for sure.

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i'll get a shot of an irish lord this summer in ak that will fit in nicely with these guys
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Last June I found the leathery hide of a monk fish . They're another "pretty fish"

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You could have made a sling out of that!
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Its been my experience that some of the "ugliest' fish seem to have some of the most impressive ......armament? The Wolf fish has an amazing set of choppers, the stone fish poisonous spines, in Ak we sometimes catch Irish Lordes while Halibut fishing.....
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bump for a great thread

here's a "beautiful" halibut i caught in ak last summer

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looks pertty eh?


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