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Re:Photo Thread 2012/12/28 11:16:52 (permalink)
Captain that 6th pic down is a pig...awesome fish how big?
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Re:Photo Thread 2012/12/28 11:45:22 (permalink)
WOW!! That is insane!!!! And from shore/wading!!! 
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Re:Photo Thread 2012/12/28 19:06:47 (permalink)



Enough steel






Man I miss summer already.
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Re:Photo Thread 2012/12/28 19:27:59 (permalink)
I tried wade aleaxander's suggestion, but when it came time to enter into different fields, nothing would enter. Did I ever tell you guys how much I hate technology?  Maybe it's the site, so I'll try again later.
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Re:Photo Thread 2012/12/29 00:21:48 (permalink)
Nice pics guys! Nice to see a variety of photos especially this time of year with all that snow. Post em up big, small, old , new, there all worth looking at ! Like I said before those Musky photos were a once in a lifetime event we hit it just right. This year even proved it more. We hit the same area, same time, with a lot of sore arms spent casting many a night. Not one Musky was hooked ! Once again the fish of 10,000 cast is living up to it's name. Ref that fish was just shy of 40lbs.a little over the 38lb. mark. I keep that Musky as a memory of what a great time me and my son had those nights battling those bulls. It's one of the greatest times we had together fishing. We landed 8 large Muskies over 3 nights of fishing all but one were well into the 40" range. We also lost several Musky during that period. It' a fish of a lifetime for me and as I stated in the past I think it also was infected with red disease so it's days may have been numbered anyway. I'm still waiting on Higgin's Brothers in Linesville to finish the mount. Hopefully it will be done soon and hang on my wall for many years to come.
 

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Re:Photo Thread 2012/12/29 01:03:03 (permalink)
Thats awesome Captain...you'll relive those great 3 days every time you look at that mount...some things can't be repeated. I keep logs and try to repeat certain events on the water and it dosen't happen. Right place right time always wins.
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Re:Photo Thread 2012/12/29 14:09:19 (permalink)
great pics guys!
troutguy is that a rattler eating a fish?!!  Bit off a little more than he could chew!

"Come, follow me," Jesus said, "and I will make you fishers of men."
Matthew 4:19
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Re:Photo Thread 2012/12/29 21:24:30 (permalink)

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Re:Photo Thread 2012/12/30 09:55:36 (permalink)
  
she hit a plug almost as big as her
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Re:Photo Thread 2012/12/30 10:15:42 (permalink)
Photo mix....................

 







  
 
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Re:Photo Thread 2012/12/30 10:19:48 (permalink)
Sweet pics everyone, keep them coming!
 
fisherofmen376

great pics guys!
troutguy is that a rattler eating a fish?!! Bit off a little more than he could chew!

 
Not exactly sure what type of snake it was, but yeah it was eating a brown trout. I know it wasn't a rattler. It was out in CO and I'm not familiar with the snakes out there.
 
On two other occasions I saw snakes eating fish in PA this year.  Just regular watersnakes with a bluegill in their mouths. 
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Re:Photo Thread 2012/12/30 12:07:56 (permalink)
Conneaut Creek

Green Sunfish

Had a BLAST with carp on the fly this year


Two flies = two fish!

 
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Re:Photo Thread 2012/12/30 14:03:49 (permalink)
Not NW PA but close.....Western Lake Ontario.
 

 

 

 

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Re:Photo Thread 2012/12/30 17:11:01 (permalink)
 [IMG]http://i1308.photobucket.com/albums/s605/TheRef1/DSC02029_zpse841f7f9.jpg[/IMG]
a few more from the lake
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Re:Photo Thread 2012/12/30 17:14:43 (permalink)
 
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Re:Photo Thread 2012/12/30 19:14:00 (permalink)
Bronze statues ......................

 
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Nemacolin, Pa.
 
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/01/01 13:00:57 (permalink)
Open water action on mean fighting fish..........

 
 




 

 
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/01/01 20:36:02 (permalink)
Very nice! Love the fight...:)

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Re:Photo Thread 2013/01/03 10:06:26 (permalink)
   
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/01/03 10:27:32 (permalink)
Nice!!!
 

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Re:Photo Thread 2013/01/03 12:49:33 (permalink)
Love this PI Bay Perch day picture of my son on 3/17/12.  Dont think we will be out on the boat that early in 2013! 

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Re:Photo Thread 2013/01/03 12:51:15 (permalink)
Here is a nice SM he caught while bottom bouncing for eyes.  4.46 lbs.

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Re:Photo Thread 2013/01/03 12:53:37 (permalink)
First trip to Lake O for kings.  He pulled this 22.5 lb beauty.

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Re:Photo Thread 2013/01/04 10:21:46 (permalink)
early shenango duck hunt

 
 
early morning bass fishing in a swamp in the Pymy/Shenango watershed

 
post spawn 29" shenango outflow walleye, would have liked to seen her full of eggs
 
 

 
 
shenango steelhead, only counts if you hook em in the mouth!!
anyone who has dragged in a quillback knows the feeling....

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Re:Photo Thread 2013/01/04 13:39:18 (permalink)
Great pics.  Thanks for posting.
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/01/06 12:48:14 (permalink)
Did somebody say Quillback...........

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Re:Photo Thread 2013/01/06 19:28:49 (permalink)
Haha I foul hooked a few quillbacks there before.  Have never got one to bite though, and they seem to be in the deeper water so it's hard to sight fish(usually fly fishing for me) for them unlike the carp and those big suckers which are always in the shallows where you can see what species you're casting to, which is never quillbacks. 
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/01/06 20:29:32 (permalink)
Wow, I learned another new word, "Quillback".  I never knew what a wiper was until I joined this site. 
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Re:Photo Thread 2013/01/07 08:40:00 (permalink)
CU...that last picture of the QB is where I,ll be the first day of trout. Always catch a bunch there. Hate getting into those and the suckers during that time.

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Re:Photo Thread 2013/01/07 12:28:18 (permalink)
CU...did that 29 in eye come from the upper or lower shenango??
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