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Hunter's First Fish (2pics)

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Here are a couple of pictures from this morning with my son out on Foster Arends. Lots and lots of tiny gills. Saw a couple of nice bows swim by but I wasn't there to catch them. I just wanted my boy to have fun. He even reeled them in all by him self. I just had to set the hook for him. It was pretty neat seeing him catch them on the rod that I made for him and with jigs that I also made. He was having so much fun that he didn't want to leave even though his hands were getting cold! I guess there might be a diehard fisherman in him yet!! cool.gif

He is trying to smile in this one, I wish that I would have caught a better smile, but the picture is pretty good I think.

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Here is a little bit bigger one.

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Awesome pictures! I cannot wait until my daughter is old enought to fish, she is only 8 months.

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Oh yeah, he is 2 and a half.

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Way to go Andy! Ya did good! (Hunter too laugh.gif)

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Glad to see the pole made it through it's first punishment. laugh.gif

Good work guys.

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Awesome pics Andy. That was a great day on the water for both of you. I can tell.

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