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aggressivewear

ODE TO THE BIG ROCK

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Went fishing last night in Becker and caught 5 smallies that could go into an aquarium. Ran out of gas and decided to chill on this big rock and throw out a worm and take in the scenery. Minus beer though Ughhhhhhhh! Then a big splash erupted from the water 25 feet from ME BOY! Grabbed my other rod and threw out a top water. Four casts later a fish did a V-line toward's my lure and the rest is history. Measured it and it was 20 inches! Sweeeeet, broke my old record of 17 inches. Sometimes being a bump on a log, this time a rock pays off. Had a doe and two fawns cross the river about 75 yards away also. That's my story!

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what a hog!nice fish

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Cool, gotta love it. Moat guys would have bagged it an you got your best fish.

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OMG HOW DID YOU MEASURE IT. ARE YOU SURE. I WANNA SEE PICS.

hehe jk nice fish

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ROFLOL Nice fish ag

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eye guy!!! You stole those glasses from Nick in ND. You better give em back!!! Fonz!!!! is alive!!! but still censored.

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