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Wapiti1

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Sep 18, 2017
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Indiana
10 and 20 lb lakers from Lake Michigan yesterday. Couldn't get the salmon going, so I went to the ol' standby and dredged for lake trout.

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BroodBuster

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May 9, 2012
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Location
Bothell, Wa
Got steel?







My beloved drifter that’s saved my ass more than once.


Being the rower I don’t get to actually fish as much as I’d like. But I do get to pick and choose my spots. After one such day when I caught the only two fish of the day on three casts my fishing/hunting buddy made the astute comment, “If only steelhead could grow horns they’d be safe from Broodbuster.” LOL


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townandcountry

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Jul 20, 2019
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Down here in central TX I do a fair amount of bassing on local rivers, fly rod and top water from canoe or paddle board. It’s tricky to cast, set, fight, and land without falling in!!BC779016-B9D2-4D7B-B0F0-8E020E5352ED.jpegC3C83225-2D51-4468-9576-EE17EC306ABD.jpeg
 

townandcountry

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Got these Gaspers and a white bass last fall on guide’s day off at the NSTC, Loncito’s ranch outside of Dinero, TX...EFA77825-F42E-48DD-94F4-BE5BFDE2F5F1.jpeg
 

Phil4

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Some highlights so far from canoe fishing with my old man here in the Midwest. IL, IN, MI.

First Freshwater drum I’ve ever caught that thing fought like a beast.


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Adkjake

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Jul 1, 2018
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Being a fisheries biologist I’m lucky enough to handle a bunch of different fish.

PS...some of these guys were caught in trap nets some on rod and reel still fun either way
 

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