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12 hours ago, fishinwrench said:

Been awhile, but I think @Flysmallie was there to witness these two. PC050856.jpg

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He may have even taken the pics.  

A pair of  same-day wintertime Highbank hole studs.  👍

I don’t remember taking the pics but I remember the day. 

“Anybody opens their mouth, gonna get a bullet. Anybody moves a little weird, little sudden, gonna get a bullet. Not a warning. Not a question. A bullet.”  - Major Marquis Warren

 

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From 2005. 38.5 inch brown trout from lake taneycomo. IGFA fly rod, line class, world record and former Missouri state record.

Here’s me yesterday at Taney. 

Menominee River, Niagara Wisconsin Meramec, St. Claire, MO

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12 hours ago, fishinwrench said:

Been awhile, but I think @Flysmallie was there to witness these two. PC050856.jpg

pc050005.jpg

He may have even taken the pics.  

A pair of  same-day wintertime Highbank hole studs.  👍

Got to love those fish in the high bank. Not an easy place to fish or an easy place to follow and land a fish if he heads towards kingfisher flats. Nice fish wrench.

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On 1/30/2021 at 3:19 PM, netboy said:

A few pics of Red Snapper trips from the old days on the Texas coast...

 

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I've got no photos so it didn't  happen🙄. Took a charter with a group of guys some were quite well off. We were heading out of Port Aransas TX. Tropical storm Alberto was in the gulf. Waves were 2 to 4 as we headed out. By the time we got up to the first oil rig they were 4 to 6. Only about 8 of us started fishing. The rest were chumming both over the rail and in the salon. We were using old fish and squid baits plus the smell from the rigs made for an olfactory challenge. Then fighting off sea sickness due to waves added to the keep it down challenge. I caught about 5 or 6 red snapper. A few other guys caught about the same. By the time we were in 6 to 8 foot swells one to the really rich guys threatened the captain that he would buy the boat and fire him if we didn't head back in, which we did. 

Always amazed how quickly you can get over sea sickness. Next day we had a fish fry. So it was all good.

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