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Two monsters!!!

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Two monsters were caught and released on a guided outing with Jonny P. Here's a taste. Details and photos soon to follow!

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Beautiful fish fellas!! Hopefully that'll happen on Sunday too! grin.gif

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Hopefully sunday you catch the whole fish and not just the heads. grin.gif

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By mid week next week the story and podcast will be released with photos.

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Hopefully sunday you catch the whole fish and not just the heads.
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Just the head worked for us, if I am going to catch the whole fish I'm going need a bigger net. grin.gif

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Hopefully sunday you catch the whole fish and not just the heads.
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LOL! Must be a special species of URL pike. Lots of bait shops and bars in that area have the famous URL pike head mounted on the wall as well. Always wondered why they didn't mount the whole fish, now I get it. smile.gif

Nice fish guys!

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Nice fish guys. Would like to see the WHOLE fish next time!?

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Cann't fool us jnelson. That looks like the fish on the beer sign at West Wind. You guys better put it back before Tim finds out you got it. grin.gif

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He took they dentures out too, those are some oooold gators!

Wheres the teeth??? You must have caught them on gummie worms!!! grin.gif

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