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Heading out this afternoon for the first time! Can't Wait!

A few from last season.

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Nice fish ya got there. Out of curiosity, what am I not understanding when I look at this guys hand?

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What's up with the rat????

Couldn't resist the chartreuse jig tipped with a waxie! laugh JK

Just messing around until the bite started.

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My 9yr old was hitting bass all day on tip-ups while I was tring to take a nap, then this one dropped by, C/R on a south metro lake. Not to bad for a kid his age to be able to rebait and reset by himself. Nice job shorty!

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This photo is a few years old. If you get the Vexilar email newsletter, you will notice that this picture is highlighted in every newsletter. Needless to say, he feels famous!

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This one was taken last year.

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