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caught and released

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Hello all,

I'm looking for a good caught and released logo that I can send to a friend to overlay on his fishing photos. Anybody have one to share??? confused.gif

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How about a take off from the old mob movies, "he swims with the fishes now" or something like that.

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How bout something like this I just made in a few minutes:

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and an example:

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Talk about coincidence! I believe this design is very close to that used by a Montana organization for many years. Might want to check it out. wink.gif

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I also believe that same design is used to promote recycling. Reduce, reuse, recycle.

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I also believe that same design is used to promote recycling. Reduce, reuse, recycle.


yeah, that's where I got the logo. Just added the text.

Simple example.

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You could just replace the green arrows with jumping fish images or fish outlines.

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That would be cool. Nice idea.

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If you read the outdoor news magazine, look at the pictures in the back. On some of the pics they have a little symbol that means CPR. You could try checking their internet sign and see if you could get a copy of it for yourself.

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