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    Default More valley big bows




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    Looks like your giving your reels a real nice work out before winter comes.
    Got to look good even in defeat. IMAGE is everything.

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    Nice fish Wes!!


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    Nice fish! Glad to see someone utilizing the valley lakes potential. They're virtually an untapped resource.
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    Very nice fish. I lived on a lake in the valley for the summer, and just shore fishing picked up some pretty nice fish. They are definitely there. I was on a lake that had a lot of boat and plane traffic, but in the evenings fishing picked up and people went away. You could have the lake to yourself. Untapped potential out there, for sure.

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    I am always impressed and envious of your accomplishments. More of the same here...great job
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    Nice fish! Now I need some eagle eyed members to tell me what lake that is!

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    Wes. I know exactly where u fish out. Word of mouth will get those places fished out. There's not whole lot of fish that's more then 30 inches there. Keep the location quiet or your going to have the whole town of anchorage there.


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    I can vouch for Wes, he will keep his lips sealed. That lake is safe with him...He know more than one of those goods lake to go to... Don't you worry bro. (I was the same way, just incase you were wondering)...
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    Wes. I know exactly where u fish out. Word of mouth will get those places fished out. There's not whole lot of fish that's more then 30 inches there. Keep the location quiet or your going to have the whole town of anchorage there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob the fisher View Post
    I can vouch for Wes, he will keep his lips sealed. That lake is safe with him...He know more than one of those goods lake to go to... Don't you worry bro. (I was the same way, just incase you were wondering)...
    Loose lips sink ships, but photos are the worst. It's pretty easy to see where Wes is fishing...

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    Cut Wes some slack. He shares some pics of really nice bows he catches locally in the valley. You guys saying he is going to ruin the locations because of the pics, already know which lakes they are because you live on or have fished them yourself. Do you really think someone who does not know where he is will forensically go out searching for specific landmarks so they can invite all their friends and their friends to deplete the lake(s) of fish?? It's not like those fish taste good either. Most folks that fish there C&R only. He does no more harm than you who fish those lakes too. Nice job Wes! Nice fish!

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    Amazing rainbows. Very cool.

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