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Dan Thiem

River sumo walrus!

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Fisky's pic. Norm'll have to fill in the details. Way to go bud!

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Fisky that shadow is bad but it does cover half your face for us. blush.gifgrin.gif

Nice fish man. That one could have eaten a few we caught up there. Lots of nice 16-19'ers though.

Big girls should be up there more and more now.

Good job Fisky.

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Ya Steve the shadow just don't hide all that ugly! I sent it to stf to crop out some background as it was a panoramic dead on spot giveaway to anyone familiar with that stretch of river. He worked some photo magic and the shadow is'nt near as bad as the original....To everyones dismay but mine!

More details on the LOTW forum.

Norm

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