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    Default Gettin the itch'

    Let's share some fishing pics.There are lots of photos in the other areas, and not many here. I'm only allowed 2 attachments so here they are, the three best things in the world Family, Friends, and Fishin'
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    Default we three kings

    this is my wife and two daughters after an afternoon on the river.
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    Default First Winter King

    Here's my first winter king from Kachemak Bay, 2002.About 25 pounds...

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    Default Can't wait

    It's great to see your kids succeed in landing a big fish like this one. Michael has this picture on his wall, he's 7.
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    Default good times.

    The itch is so bad i got a sore from scratching it. Thought best not to post that pic.

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    Default Good times

    They can not get here soon enough.
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    Smile I've

    Quote Originally Posted by kenaislider View Post
    Let's share some fishing pics.There are lots of photos in the other areas, and not many here. I'm only allowed 2 attachments so here they are, the three best things in the world Family, Friends, and Fishin'
    seen that boat before but couldn't catch a dam thing from it. The wife did great and I haven't heard the end of it. Great captain though---------------

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    Fishook thanks for not sharing a pic of that. Hunt, you were'nt holding your mouth right!

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    Cool leftside-rightside

    I'm pretty sure I had the tongue hanging out the leftside and the rightside but didn't make a diff. I think it's because the wife's lure was just ahead of mine LOL thanks 4 the good time anyway-hope I can try again someday

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    2005 seward with my mom, she got the big ling, me and a friend with twin kenai kings about 45 pounds... last day of 2005 . I had a great summer in 05 and cant wait for 07!
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    My two boys, 5 & 8, with two of their Kings:




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    http://forums.outdoorsdirectory.com/...1&d=1174972362

    Just a few ounces shy of 80.
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    "Let every angler who loves to fish think what it would mean to him to find the fish were gone." Zane Grey
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    Default As my 4yr old would say. "Are we there yet!"

    2006 - 140lbs.
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    Default I gotta know!

    Doc, great pics man but I gotta know what kind of contraption that is on your tiller? Looks like the work of Noel!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenaislider View Post
    Looks like the work of Noel!
    You got that right... good eye!
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    "Let every angler who loves to fish think what it would mean to him to find the fish were gone." Zane Grey
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    I choose to fly fish, not because its easy, but because its hard.

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    my senior picture
    I choose to fly fish, not because its easy, but because its hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishNphysician View Post









    Thats a nice coho! It almost looks like a chum with the pinkish tail it was a silver though right?
    I choose to fly fish, not because its easy, but because its hard.

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