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Special fisherman gets 1st fish w/pic!!!

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My 'special' fishing partner got his first fish this past week. We are all so proud!!!

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nice fish ted, hope you had a big net for that one

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Job well done by both fisherman and guide.

You'll have to congratulate him for all of us.

Remember its not about the size of the fish but about the size of the smile.

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That was a whopper, I was just glad to get my gear back. He did get released, so all you fellas up in Orr still have a shot at him. Its been a couple of years since then. Corky, didn't we put that thing in the cradle right before the dorks in the red Lund tried to run us over?

Ok, fun is fun, but this is the second time you have posted that pic on the site and referred to the "short boat". Dont forget that Santa Terry is still hanging out there.

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Huge fish man!!

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YEAH, IT WAS FOUL HOOKED OR THAT BABY WAS ON THE WALL. AMAZING HOW LAKES LIKE WINNIE, LEECH, LOW, AND MILLE LACS KICK OUT 14 TO 15 INCH FISH ON A REGULAR BASIS AND OTHER LAKES ARE FULL OF WALLEYE BAIT. YOU GUYS CAN HAVE ALL THE WALLEYE FISHING YOU WANT, I WOULD MUCH RATHER BE ON A SCHOOL OF 12" PERCH ANY DAY IN JANUARY.... BUT I HAVE TO ADMIT THAT PHOTO, HAMMS INDUCED, DOESNT STRIKE FEAR INTO THE HEARTS OF OTHER PERCH GUYS.

I HAVE GREAT FRIENDS. laugh.gif

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ttt

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This marks the one millionth time I have seen this picture, but it brings a grin to my face every time grin.gif

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good to see it got bumped up to the first page where it belongs. Much better then the recent pike pick

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