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Hookset

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Reelin' with Hookset
« on: Jun 24, 2004, 12:55 PM »
Came across a few photos from the end of last year and some from early this year.  A few bodies of water represented in Upstate NY:

Big juicy LMB taken in Rollins Pond by the island last July:



LMB taken in the creek below Fish Creek Marina on Saratoga Lake last August:



This is my buddy with a 5 lb bass earlier the same day as the photo above:



Night fishing on Saratoga Lake by the mouth of the Kaydeross produced this 36 inch, 36 pound carp, on a nightcrawler with 8 lb test line:



Nice pike taken by my wife on my favorite rod up in Upper Saranac Lake in Hogs Bay:



This is the pike that I caught that I tried to convince my wife was bigger than hers.  Nobody to snap the photo so I had to lay it on the rear deck.  I still think mine was bigger:



And finally, this is how I get around, both on the road and on the water.  If you see me, let me know ;D!:

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camo_fish

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Re: Reelin' with Hookset
« Reply #1 on: Jun 24, 2004, 02:39 PM »
nice pictures, and my not be longer but it looks like yours was thicker, so yea, looks like yours was bigger than your wife's.  ;D   8)
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fozsey

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Re: Reelin' with Hookset
« Reply #2 on: Jun 24, 2004, 03:17 PM »
Nice pics... ;)

 



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