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Walleye Print help

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I saw a walleye print at the gosh damn place near Lake Winnie. The name i thought it was, Moonlight Predator, or Midnight Predator. I can't find the print and don't know if this is right. I believe the artists last name starts with a D. If you have any suggestions let me know. I have searched the web for a while now.

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I will be going by there so if I get a chance I will get the name and the artist for you.

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Not 100% sure, but it might be "Twilight Strike" by Terry Doughty. He has a lot of outdoors prints and he is pretty popular.

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Moonlight Prowlers by Doughty Me and the wife had lunch there today.

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thanks again for doing that. Iam going to be there in january and couldn't wait to order it. now i have to find it on the net.

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Not a problem. I really wanted to take a look at a couple of spots that I want to fish this week so I took a tour going by Bowstring,Bass,Cutfoot,Big Winni,Moose.Deer just to see what was going on so I can make my fishing plans.That is a very nice looking print. I told the wife that I do not have a single fish print on the wall and might have to change that grin.gif

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