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Corey Bechtold in In-Fisherman!!!

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Our very own Pro Staffer Corey Bechtold has a picture in the recent issue of In-Fisherman (October/November).

His picture is on page 57 where he's holding up 2 slab crappies...

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Congrats to Corey! Great pic and nice fish!

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I wish I had such a small head, so my fish looked bigger...

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Kidding Corey.

Good job!

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Huh! I wish I could catch bigger fish so my head looked smaller!! grin.gif

Nice crappies Corie!!!

Nice to meet you yesterday also!!

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Congrats Corey!!!

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Im like Corey I have a small head and long arms. grin.gif

My problem is Im 6'6" and 270# so most of the fish I catch and get a pic with still look small. frown.gif

Good job on getting that pic in In-Fisherman Corey. They get tons of them and to have yours chose is a honor.

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Congrats and nice fish. Bet his head gets big now. wink.gif

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I saw that too and thought it may have been him. I guess it was/is.

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You da man CB!

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Quote:

most of the fish I catch and get a pic with still look small


<---------<<<< I KNOW THAT FEELING!!! cool.gif

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I was going to say the same thing small head and really long arms but NL beat me to it grin.gif Congrads Corey

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Trouble is, I can't find any magazines anywhere. I can't wait to see it!

Thanks for all the kind words fellas. grin.gif

That photo was just a highlight to one of my most memorable Crappie fishing days ever!

Good luck,

Corey Bechtold

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I just realized that even in his avitar his head is small. grin.gif

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Congrats Corey....Nice feesh!

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Corey, I'm looking a the mag right now. Nice Pic.

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Thas funny stuff boilerguy.

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Thanks Mykal! It still seems bizarre to me how random of a chance it was that they picked my picture!

At least everyone has had their chance to rip on me and my small head. grin.gif

Later guys,

Corey Bechtold

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