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What a Week of Fishing

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wow...nice walleyes...how big was the last one?

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What a week indeed. Nice work.

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Looks like the kind of week I'd like to have!

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Nice fish!!!! WOW!!! That fish had to weigh more then 7 1/2 for being 30"

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Very nice fish, you did have a good week. I love the last pic of the walleye. Better than my personal best so far. frown

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I am guessing that was all caught shore fishing? those are some awesome looking fish buddy

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Sweet, dude.

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That is quite a week!

Nice fish guys!

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Nice work, that looks like a great way to spend a week.

Sifty

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Thanks

All fish caught from shore.

I am not sure my scale was correct on the walleye.

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What a great week! Thanks for sharing the pics.

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Nice fish... well done. Thanks for sharing the pics.

A week like we'd all like to have!

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All in a week? WOW! What you gonna do for an encore?

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Looks like I should sell the boat and fish from shore by your results.

Nice fish.

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Looks like I should sell the boat and fish from shore by your results.

Nice fish.

With the price of gas, shore fishing has and will become more popular for Shackbash grin

Very nice fish guys!

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