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PostPosted: Mon Feb 24, 2014 6:51 pm 
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Unfortunately it would seem many of these guys are long gone :arrow:

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 24, 2014 7:15 pm 
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Well Then might as well post a picture of me and try and continue the thread :) Unfortunately i haven't got a pic with any of my guns but will try to make some nice ones

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 24, 2014 8:38 pm 
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Good idea to resurrect it Pat. Lets see what the current crop look like.

This was taken this past October at my brother's wedding...no guns allowed....


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Plinkercases wrote:
Good idea to resurrect it Pat. Lets see what the current crop look like.

This was taken this past October at my brother's wedding...no guns allowed....


You look younger then me Murray! Not FAIR! Then again I had my face rearranged by a rock face!

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I have a few scars on my face but I have been trained to stand in light just right.....years of practice.
I even have one on my hand where my wife's nail went in during the birth of our second one! I like to show that one to here every now and then. Domestic war story but it did hurt.......

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I thought I had done this before. Probably did~ likely there's far more than one "what do you look like?" thread here...

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nice size walleye Doc :wink:

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Toner (left) and I last summer out squirrel'n before I quit cigs in favor of the e-cig.

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The dynamic duo!! good pic Vance.

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I thought I had done this before. Probably did~ likely there's far more than one "what do you look like?" thread here...

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Damn!!! What a pickie!!....

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Northern Pike?

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Northern Pike?

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Damn!!! What a pickie!!....


Guess you guys don't fish much lol.... :wink:

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rrdstarr wrote:
Northern Pike?

barbas929 wrote:
Damn!!! What a pickie!!....


Guess you guys don't fish much lol.... :wink:


I fish year round! Fly, spey, tenkara.....
Just trout and salmon, maybe a bass!

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rrdstarr wrote:
Ace wrote:
rrdstarr wrote:
Northern Pike?

barbas929 wrote:
Damn!!! What a pickie!!....


Guess you guys don't fish much lol.... :wink:


I fish year round! Fly, spey, tenkara.....
Just trout and salmon, maybe a bass!


Rick is likely geographically challenged when it comes to fish.

Walleye lack the distribution of some other fish species, believe it or not. The fish pictured would have been released had it not bled so heavily. I actually prefer the taste of the smaller ones. We are fortunate here with the way our sport fishery is managed. The walleye/pickerel has made a decent come-back here. This one was caught in the Red River at Selkirk, from shore, during the fall walleye run...

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yah we,re challenged here in the westImage :lol: :lol:


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