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Crappie from the mighty Mississippi. Test picture.
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well that didn't work very good smile.gif

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test #2 47b4db26b3127ccebe7ee53a23580000001610

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fun to get out again!!! catfish 47b4db26b3127ccebe7e090a231e0000001610

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Here You go eyeguy
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best fishes
chris

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ps you forgot to add the%7Boption%7D on the front of the address and then the[/img[ on the back
Best Fishes
Chris

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thanks, rookie at this. so I need to type img before the http and the /img to the very end?

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eyeguy, that's correct. but you also need the brackets also... for example...

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very nice fish by the way! which dam were you fishing?

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my friend and a cat

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Nice fish guy, that is always fun down there below the dam. Good Luck, were you just using crappie minnows??

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I've had better luck with fatheads for the bigger crappies. Seams in the river they like a bigger meal.

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