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Jeremy airjer W

Looking for some excellent fishing photos

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Jeremy airjer W

We are updating the cover photo on the HSO Facebook page and are looking for some really nice fishing photos to incorporate into the new collage.

Specifically any photo of your fishing adventures (open water or ice) that would make you say "wow what a great photo" would be considered. All species are welcome. The photo should be a large good quality image ( 600 to 800+ pixels wide would be awesome). Photos should also be your own personal images and you would agree to have them used in our timeline cover photo.

More than likely there will be several cover images created to reflect different seasons. Once I have them completed I will post them all here so you can see the finished images.

Feel free to post your pics in this thread. If you're a little shy no worries feel free to email them to me. grin

Thanks in advance!

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lutzy

My biggest to date. 28" on opener sunday of 2011. Mille Lacs. Don't know if I posted it correct but we will see.

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lutzy

guess not will try again

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think it worked this time

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Chris Haley

Tyler and Will with a 38" URL Northern

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Tyler with his 1st 29" walleye Friday after Thanksgiving 2011

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Chris Haley

Tyler and his first LMB

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Jeremy airjer W

Those are exactly what I'm lookin for! Great shots!

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Chris Haley

Ok the last one of my little HAM!!!

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brian6715

I will give a few to look at, not sure if they are banner worthy

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TruthWalleyes

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reinhard1

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grandson with trophy. good luck.

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Bigtom

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mww24

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Bobby Bass

I try a couple

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ANYFISH2

Bobby Bass, That bass (in the water)picture is fantastic. It sure made me say "wow, what a great picture".

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Jeremy airjer W

Bobby Bass, That bass (in the water)picture is fantastic. It sure made me say "wow, what a great picture".

Agreed!

Lots of good stuff so far. It will be hard to choose.

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BoxMN

Lots of good ones. I LOVE the kid with the smallmouth in the boat. It has it all - nice fish, nice scenery, old school boat, and a kid that could not be happier at that moment! Great pic! smile

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Jmeyers

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Aaron Carrell

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2 Scenic options from/with my boat.

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Chris Haley

For me it's dad and son crappie pic. "Really dad?" I can just hear it. smile

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