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Tyler Holm

Personal Bests - Best Week (several pics)

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Tyler Holm    0
Tyler Holm

35" Lake Sturgeon 1st and Personal Best for Rugbyguy

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35" Lake Sturgeon - Personal Best for crazyice

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51" Lake Sturgeon | .5" shy of by Personal Best (length)

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4lbs 3oz American Eel 1st and Personal Best for crazyice

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11lb 10oz Carp - Personal Best for Rugbyguy

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My Personal Best net (yep I caught it)

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29" 10lb 5oz Channel Cat - My Personal Best

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30" 11lb 3oz Channel Cat - My NEW Personal Best

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30" 14lb 10oz Channel Cat - Personal Best for crazyice

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crazyice

It sure has been an interesting week! I really didn't realize how many fish we have put in the boat this past week, but man thinking about it now, it is well over 100.

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Scrod

Great job guys must be nice being able to get out and fish all the time wink.gif I personally like the eel that is nice!

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Dan Thiem

Nice job guys!

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ikeslayer

nice fish fellas!!!

R those fish from these parts or the north country?

ike

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Tyler Holm

The Sturgeon, eel, carp, and net were taken on the St. Croix. The catfish are local to our area.

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Crickschop04

Attaway boys!

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hanson

Quote:

My Personal Best net (yep I caught it)

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Dude was more excited about the net than anything else! grin.gif

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Tyler Holm

I'll extend this thread another week for this...

38lbs 14 oz - 41" long x 27" girth flathead catfish. My personal Best!

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nate larson

Wow! That is a monster. Congrats. grin.gif

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Dan Thiem    0
Dan Thiem

Thing a beauty Ty, thing a beauty! Hardy congrats to ya! You most definatley deserve it. cool.gif

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DeanoB

now thats a pig! nice work

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