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48 1/4 inch pike

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I dont know if this is true but I received this picture of a 48 1/4 inch northern caught on URL over opening weekend. The best would be if Johnny heard anything or other people. The background, I cant tell very well if it is URL. other wise its a nice northern. Sorry the pic is small. It is how I got it through my email on a device.

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I haven't heard anything as of yet but you never know.

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Well my opinion is this it was warm on the opener would the guy be wearing a heavy coat and mits as in the picture? I am about 60 mi south of URL the wheather was sunny most all weekend look at the cloud cover in the pic. My opinion it was a fall caught fish from a canadian guide boat in canada

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The picture has been circulating for about a year, I got the same one last summer.

Clark

Cass Lake

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Granted the pic may be a farse although we do see mid to high forty inch pike coming out of Red. Just think of what lives out deep eating shiners as boat after boat just go around the shoreline?

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LOL. The littler dirt squirt has got the hots for one that as big as he is.

He understands that quantity will be sacrificed for quality, and the only thing ya gonna show mom is a pic.

I tell him he's gotta boldly go where no man has gone before.

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