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Meaney

few pictures, enjoy

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On Trout Run...

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you guys look so happy. mad.gifgrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

how was the fishing.

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Very nice! Thanks.

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The fishing was very excellent! Water was obviously low..but we got a few, BUT who really can complain when outdoors fishing smile.gif

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...So the fishing was excellent but you didn't take any pictures of fish? Sounds suspicous to me. shocked.gif

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You don't want the Trout to get any dirt on it for the picture because then, according to some people on here, they die.

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They might go blind fro, the flash to or maybe hurt there mouth when smileing for the camera

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smile.gif the fish were so big, I ran out of room on my memory card to even take a picture of it! smile.gif and plus, I didnt have the fish's permission to post any pictures cool.gif

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Some fish are camera shy, that's just how it is. smile.gif

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Amen brother!

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