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Toby

Smally pictures!!!!

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Here are the smallies that we lately caught up north here. The first one was 20", probably in the 5 lb range. The second is 20" and is in the same range. The third was 20.5" and was the only one we had a scale for, it was 5.6 lbs. I have a new favorite place to fish.

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really really nice smallies , I need to go back and fish for more smallies . what battle those must have been.

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Nice fish!@!

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Great pics guys and nice fish. Gets the old blood boiling just looking at em.

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That a boy!

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nice!

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Looks like it was a picture perfect day, and some very nice fish to boot!

Gotta love it!

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    • monstermoose78

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    • BringAnExtension

      Posted (edited)

      I don't have much to report, as I have not been fishing much lately, but wanted to add a topic on our quiet forum.

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      Edited by BringAnExtension
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