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Rick

Please show us your best fish pic of 2019.

 

Here is a triple caught on a lake off a logging road in Northern Minnesota. 

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Wanderer

I got nuthin’ 😉

 

I think @Hoey has my favorite motor pic. 😁

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eyeguy 54
1 hour ago, Wanderer said:

I got nuthin’ 😉

 

I think @Hoey has my favorite motor pic. 😁

 

shoulda had my paddle in the pic

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Wanderer
3 hours ago, eyeguy 54 said:

 

shoulda had my paddle in the pic

 

You might have something there. 😀

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leech~~

Well if'en I didn't forget my camera on Monday after the storm I would have had pic's of releasing a 23" 24" & 25"

Walleye's! 😕

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smurfy
4 hours ago, leech~~ said:

Well if'en I didn't forget my camera on Monday after the storm I would have had pic's of releasing a 23" 24" & 25"

Walleye's! 😕

Easy to say with ... Yea yea.

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Wanderer
On 7/16/2019 at 4:51 PM, leech~~ said:

Well if'en I didn't forget my camera on Monday after the storm I would have had pic's of releasing a 23" 24" & 25"

Walleye's! 😕

 

WHO was releasing them?

 

😉

 

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eyeguy 54

those are some nice fish bfjz…… LOL 

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leech~~
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2 hours ago, Wanderer said:

 

WHO was releasing them?

 

😉

 

 

Actually smart azz.  I do have pictures of the fish I took fast and got them back in the water on my old flip phone but don't have the driver to down load them off of it.  Thus, I usually bring a small camera with.  Didn't this time.  🤨

 

 

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BIGFISH.JZ

My bad, it does say "fish pics" I could argue that there are most definitely some big fish just beneath the surface in each pic.... I got a good one for ya.photo_1563415982307.thumb.jpg.0b5dc74d56a2d63a48bbd369ad492f94.jpg

If you look closely, it has a forked tail... And 2 eyes, just like muskies!! I'm giving my GF a +1 for her YTD musky numbers but it's gonna kill her average size. Best fish pic, if sunrise and sunset don't count.. ??

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DonkeyHodey

This was my personal fave I caught this May in the 'Sippi.fin.thumb.jpg.9a26407d5794f8b3c503e84afe5d24e4.jpg

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eyeguy 54

Did you get that at the secret beach @DonkeyHodey;)

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eyeguy 54

Wanderer, we need to all chip in and get leech a better phone

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leech~~
28 minutes ago, eyeguy 54 said:

Wanderer, we need to all chip in and get leech a better phone

 

For just the cost of a Mocha a day you could buy poor leech a nice 6G phone to take fish pictures!  🤕     😁

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DonkeyHodey
4 hours ago, eyeguy 54 said:

Did you get that at the secret beach @DonkeyHodey;)

You know it.  Shhhhhhh!!!!😜

(Although, you can have the beach for now...  Was down there tuesday night seeing if the kitties (or wallies/smallies) wanted to play...--they didn't.  The skeeters did, though and brought a few of their deer-fly buddies.  I got home, and wife wanted to know why I had "dirt" all over my face:  It was skeeter guts...  July on the 'Sippi riverbank can give an interesting response to a fisherman's question of, "Gettin' any bites?!?")

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3 hours ago, DonkeyHodey said:

You know it.  Shhhhhhh!!!!😜

(Although, you can have the beach for now...  Was down there tuesday night seeing if the kitties (or wallies/smallies) wanted to play...--they didn't.  The skeeters did, though and brought a few of their deer-fly buddies.  I got home, and wife wanted to know why I had "dirt" all over my face:  It was skeeter guts...  July on the 'Sippi riverbank can give an interesting response to a fisherman's question of, "Gettin' any bites?!?")

for sure.  I havnt been there since first part of may. 

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Wanderer
11 hours ago, eyeguy 54 said:

Wanderer, we need to all chip in and get leech a better phone

 

Anyone Got an old smartphone they’re not using anymore???  

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my iPhone 5s att might be for sale soon for cheap. ordered a 6s to try. 

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