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Justin G, read em and weep!!

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Burntside coughed up a 9 lb 10 oz walleye to the old, sage, Burntside Wizard today. It would seem that you are looking at tail lights in the contest! grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

PS-Oh yeah, I also caught a 16 incher, exactly like the biggest walleye of your life!! tongue.gif

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JustinG

Nice fish there, old timer!!!! Got a photo for us??

I don't hear no fat lady yet.....I am still going to claim the trout title!!!!

Justin

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Just to set the record straight....31" is my biggest. It is on the wall in my house. I don't want you to start spreading nasty rumors about the "Fish Master"! grin.gif

Good fish, man...I hope you got a good photo.

Justin

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31 inches, hmmmm. That's not a very big northern pike! grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

Got 3 photos, going to Norex to get them put on a disc smile.gif

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SKIPPERS KID

I can not wait to see the photos smirk.gif.

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Jim,

I thought, per our agreement (that you didn't respond to), that I would hold those types of fish for you! On the lake - in the boat. Where was the notice???? How do you expect me to hold up my end of the deal?????? laugh.gif

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JustinG

Hey Jim,

You aren't going to try and fool us with a photo of your mailbox outside of the shop are you?? Just seems too coincidental.....

grin.gifJustin

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wanderer,

I was looking for someone to pose with it, no one was around so I had to do it myself grin.gif

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JustinG

You may be fooled by the mailbox because the walleye isn't much smaller grin.gif As soon as I can figure out how to put it on this site, it'll be posted confused.gif. Stop by in the morning if you get a chance, and show me how to do it. cool.gif

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JustinG

Send it to me in an email attachment. My email address is: phantom_lord at charter.net. I will then post it on here for ya dude!!!!

Later,

Justin

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Steve Foss

G.O., there's a post showing how to get pictures up on the site. It's stickied toward the top of the photo sharing board.

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