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Mike Walerak

I Don't Need No Stinkin Snoopy Pole!

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Poor kid never had a chance!

Here's my boy reelin in his first eye!

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Here's his first walleye! It's all downhill from here!

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As they say "fisherman are born not made".

Just thought I'd share

mw

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That's Awesome Mike! You're right, he never stood a chance grin

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Very cool, he's hooked for life....not a bad thing

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Awesome picture, great to see the kids getting fish.

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i think the fish never had a chance against the future pro angler. good job getting the little guy out he'll thank you some day.

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Sweet. Awesome photos and looks like a lot of fun. Next step is to dump the sealine and get him using a tekota grin

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What a stud he'll be picking up ladies in no time!

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weening him off the crrrpppeeee's already? dont you think he's a little young, if he starts with fish like that he'll be outfishing you before his 3rd birthday.

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Nice pics Mike. Nothing like getting them hooked at an early age! My five and seven year olds are die hards already and fished all winter with me. I took the 5 year old out to fish for pannies and we got on a torrid bite, he reels up his pole looks over at me and says, aren't we gonna put those flag things down? I want to catch some big fish! We set tipups and caught some pike and largemouths and fished for pannies in between flags and had a great time. Gotta love those little ones and the questions, comments they make when your out.

Tunrevir~

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It's always good to see people taking there kids fishing. I know to many who don't.

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Dude you didn't let him touch that bass, did you? eeksick

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Already a walleye-stallion like his old man!

Nice job on re-hooking the fish with the firetiger for the pic. I know what color that fish really came on. He'll be shakin' pre-tourney 'eyes off boatside like they were white bass in no-time. grin

Joel

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Nice pics Mike, nice to see kids catching fish. Looks like you might have a fishing buddy for years to come.

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I love seeing a kid get started cranking. Nice fish. you'll never get him slip bobbering again.

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Nice pics Mike! I bet fishing is all he will talk about now.

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Mike

Cool stuff man!! Always nice to see the little ones reeling in some beauties.

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