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Brian Jones

I just finished puting the last of the 06 season pics in my photo album for all those that are interested.

www.fishingcasslake.com/photos.shtml

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Meat-Run

Really nice Brian thanks for sharing.

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Windy City Walleye Hunter

Great shots Brian,

That is why you are a full service guide. Not only do you take us out, put us on the fish, share many of your secrets, tell us what has been hitting and at what depth in the past few weeks, you then take some great shots and put them up for us to enjoy. I know that I have taken one of my shots with my grandkids and use that as my desktop photo. Keep up the good work, I will see you in about 3 months.

PS Did you finish your muskie DVD you were working on? I expect to get a first issue copy signed by the master!

Windy

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Andrew Erickson

nice fish!

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AWH

Brian,

Looks like you know where some fish live out on the Cass Chain. Great pictures. Even some of those "other" fish aren't too bad!

Aaron

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snoozebutton

At the top of page 10, Alliyah holding that perch with the needle nose is a classic. Ewwwwww, I'm not touching it. LOL!!!

Thanks for sharing, great pics.

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Windy City Walleye Hunter

Hey Snooze,

Brian took her on an evening trip with me, my sister-in-law and brother-in-law and she did the same thing with us, it cracked me up! But man you should see her bring in a walleye. She didn't horse it in and kept the rod tip up the entire retreive. The girl has been trained early by the master himself. We had a great trip that night and she added another dimesion to the trip. It was a nice change of pace to add a little one to the trip.

Windy

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