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Aloha from the Perch

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what's up guys? sorry no pics of all the mahi mahi and yellowfin i've been catchin, cuz i've been too busy surfing. have been out a few times with a 3 prong spear and scuba gear though.

kauai is treating me well. too well perhaps. i had to come back to mainland to catch some fish. here's a 4.5 bass from a willmar area lake i got early march when back home for a wedding.

i don't know what i'm gonna do with all my muskie gear. hey bug..... enter enter buddy. keep it sideways and remember add 45 seconds to the microwave in the winter.

later boys,

perch

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Get a line wet out there...

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