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    This picture will be in the April edition.

    I love taking photos of everything while fishing.

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    Difficult to judge size.... How BIG is that ugly thing? (Have I mentioned that I HATE spiders???)
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    biggest spider i have ever seen in my life...DOUBLE ...
    That butterfly is the size of a monarch.

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    wow len,
    thats a big boy for sure! looks like he got himself a nice score there

    i love spiders, but if my wife sees this my driftless days may be over

    great shot


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    Cool picture Len. I really need to start bring my camera along when I fish. I have a nice camera on my droid but that is usually tucked three layers deep in side two plastic baggies.

    You ready for March fishing?

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    Looks like a Wolf Spider, see those down by my dock here on the Joe all the time...

    Great Photo!

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    I thought it was a wolf spider too and sent it away to Bug Guy at UW Madison and he consulted with three others and said eyes wrong pattern for wolf spider.

    All 4 said female fishing spider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost_reaper View Post
    Cool picture Len. I really need to start bring my camera along when I fish. I have a nice camera on my droid but that is usually tucked three layers deep in side two plastic baggies.

    You ready for March fishing?
    need a couple other things....I typically make the venture to Cabelas a week before season.

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    You don't see those kind of spiders too often. Great Photo! How often do you see Wood Spiders? They are very common in the U.P. especially around water. Here is a picture of one I found while hunting Brook Trout this summer and another GIANT one that measured 6 inches!



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