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Sully gets new PB 7/3/08

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Sorry it took so long Sully. I think he has gone a little silly since! crazy

First off he won't touch a bully notice needle nose smirk

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Second he put on a shirt from the 7th grade cool

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now some pics 46.5x31 and a new PB 49Lbs congrats!

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I may here about this one anyway very nice!

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Either Sully is not a big guy, or your scale might be off.

That fish looks massive. Might even be bigger than yours.

Teasing.

Cool pics. Well the 7th grade shirt....maybe not too cool, but it made up for it with luck. Don't loose it.

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Nice fish Sully!

He looks like he lost the fight with the fish in the T-shirt picture grin, that or if he won, I would hate to what the fish looks like.

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That is an awesome looking Flat! A true beast. Thanks for the pics.

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Whats larger, Sully's pipes or the nice flathead. Nice pose Sully. wink

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Wow, that's a big cat. Nice one. Nice shirt, by the way.

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Very nice cat Sully!

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nice fish there Sully. Nice tee shorts also. That is a huge fish.

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