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    Default last day biggest king

    Anthony wanted to catch a bigger king than the 45 he landed the first day, the first fish this morning was a 20 pounder, we circled some gulls that were feeding on sandlance and the outside rod went off and a 20 minutes later we had a 60lber sticking out of the fish hole!
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    Sweet fish. Bet that fought like a mother....

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    Holy King Salmon -------what a PIG........

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    Not too sure I'd want that in my kayak or not........

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    Default Really?

    Is that the best you could do?


    j/k, nice fish!
    I'd agree with you, but then we'd both be wrong.

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    Wow, look at the girth on that slab, congrats!

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    I just want to HUG that piggy! Nice job!

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    Just curious....

    Red or white?
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    Love the pic of the spots on the tail, they really stand out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishNphysician View Post
    Just curious....

    Red or white?
    What a beast!

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    Holy smokes! Nice!

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    Unless I'm fighting the fish or the angler is using my gear, it hard to tell how big they are in the water. This one looked like a 35lber till it got in the net!
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