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pics of the 21.5"

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Heres the pics of the 21.5 incher (I hope )The pics of her on the measuring board didnt turn out so if it has to be ht can keep the title till I go out this weekend and catch another... lol I wish it were that easy I hope this turns out
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(she was way to big to fit in the viewfinder as you can tell it was getting dark out and I wasnt smart enuff to turn my headlamp on her on the measuring board)
Heres some more ( a beautiful 17 incher)
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River ratjr (he's only 5 so he's got a couple of years yet) trying to move in on Brandons title (it was only 16-17 inches and I got to teach him how to hold but he wouldnt stick his hand in her mouth)
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Me and my baby girl enjoying the company of a 18.5 incher (yes she loves the river to)
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19.5 incher and a real fighter to
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cool pics and congrats again on the monster!

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RR, Maybe we'll just have to go out and have a fish-off! grin.gif

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Congrats RR on the bigg'uns. RR Jr. looks just like you! Some of those locations look awfully familiar grin.gif.

I originally had planned on staying in this weekend, but it looks like I'm heading out again cool.gif. I'm not sure where or if I'll be heading out with anyone. But if I end up wading, are you free on Saturday?

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Mike
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