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My 10 year old w/47"

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Caught on a bull dawg by my 10 year old son...while on our annual fly-in to Canada. He was already "hooked" on northern fishing, but now he's really into it. He just recently learned how to use a baitcaster because he likes pitching the "big lures." The fish was released.

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Wow! Great fish, and a great memory for you and your son. Congrats.

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you better post that one on Johnny P's pictures post for a chance to win a guided trip on red lake for the little guy!!!

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Holy Cow!

He will forever want to go back to that lake! Nice Jack!

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great looking fish! Glad to see a guy like him catch a pike like that!

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Very, VERY COOL!!! Great fish!

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Hard to beat that. Better is that the story will always be retold through the eyes of a 10 year old.

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