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GEM camper hauls in Monster crappie!

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Another successful camp is in the books, and look at this monster slab easily over 2 pounds this kid got! We didn't get a weight, but it was 15 inches and very stout. We released it as we do with all our larger fish, mabye it will be caught again by another lucky camper next year! smile

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The rest of this weeks pics here: http://gemkids.blogspot.com/2008/07/camp-4-pics.html

MT

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Fantastic Crappie! Here piggy piggy...

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Nice fish! I bet he was a happy camper!

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Holy Moly. That is an awesome crappie. Congrats from me are in order as well. That thing is thick.

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Congrats to the young man!

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Congrats to him for a nice fish. Again, great job on taking these kids out fishing.

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Congrats on the slab! He must have been one happy camper (no pun intended grin)

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