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Paul

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These pics were sent to me by my uncle and they look and sound credible. Apprently a new work record Pike at 55 lbs, 56". See for your self

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GuyHoldingPike-1.jpg

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not to burst your bubble, but those pics have circulating the internet for a couple years now. crazy.gif

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I've heard so many stories on this one from Rainy Lake too Europe to photoshop so i dont know what to think, i know its not from MN since we would have known and the DNR would have made a great deal about it.

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Hiya-

The two photos are unrelated.

The bottom photos are of a fish from Holland, caught in March of 2006 by Ewout Blom. Just shy of 50 inches, and just under 40 pounds...

Cheers,

Rob Kimm

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I know one of the gentlemen that was on this particular fishing trip and saw the pictures a few weeks after her returned. He is a member of the same church that I attend. I believe these are origianl photos with no tampering. As far as a record, I can not say. All I know is the gentleman was schocked by the size and how it was caught.

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I know one of the gentlemen that was on this particular fishing trip and saw the pictures a few weeks after her returned. He is a member of the same church that I attend


you go to church all the way in holland? wink.gifgrin.gif

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telling lies in church.....classic!!! yeah the guy holding the thern has been verified as a Holland catch......quite the trip if they were with!!!

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Don't believe any of the info above- that's me in the picture and I caught this fish in a slough near Detroit Lakes! wink.giftongue.gifgrin.gif

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I thaught that was the one i caught on silver lake last year. grin.gifwink.gif

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Since when do northern pike have 2 gill slits? shocked.gif That fish ain't from around here.

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We all know that it is better to be fishing and thinking about Jesus than sitting in church thinking about fishing!!!

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Looks like the gentleman at my church has some explaining to do. Looks like he fed me and all the men at the church a fish story. I haven't seen him in a few weeks; isn't that strange?

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lol laugh.gif looks like he pulled a fast one on you guys

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