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#1 Sketch

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Posted 19 September 2005 - 04:26 PM

I haven't had as much time to fish this year as I'd like but yesterday a buddy and I went to a lake we've never fished to try our luck. And luck we had. Fishing along the edge of weed bed with a purple conehead lake leach, I hooked into this 28 in 'bow. My fishing partner nailed a 26 incher and later in the day, I caught it's twin. This obviously won't be our last trip to this lake!

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#2 dafack01

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Posted 20 October 2005 - 05:35 PM

My friends and I are in the VERY beginning stages of planning a trip up to Alaska in a couple years. It'll be a pricey trip, because we're gonna go fish for some Rainbows, Salmon, and Halibut. Apparently there are guides up there that do all three, those $3000 all inclusive deals. Any tips on the best times to go?
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