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I think that the moderators should get together and discuss allowing bigger avatars. I'm catching so many big fish this year that these smaller avatars just don't do them justice. wink.gif

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Only if you promise to hold that fish a bit higher. wink.gif

Did ya get that Laker Recipe I sent ya?

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Thats got to be the fattest inland laker I've seen.

On tip, vertical hold.

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Yeah Steve I got it thanks. I hope that front that came through yesterday doesn't slow things down too much.

Only so many days left of fall fishing and I have to waste a whole day at the dentist tomorrow. frown.gif

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Steve -

Care to share the recipe? I'm always game for Laker recipes!

I'm a fanatic of the grill. Tin foil, butter, parsley, oregano, Lawlreys salt, and garlic salt. Sounds like alot...but blends together sooooo well!

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I think that the moderators should get together and discuss allowing bigger avatars. I'm catching so many big fish this year that these smaller avatars just don't do them justice.
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Hey Gunflint. Just catch smaller fish and prob will be solved. wink.gif

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