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Old 08-05-2012, 04:15 AM   #21
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Sorry for the double (triple) post. It told me it couldn't post the first time


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Enjoyed it both times ! Some good size - where did ya get them ? I've caught large amts in stocked lakes but not many of the,larger Lake variety.
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This is how you use them each stringer weighed roughly 500 pounds that day
Holy cow!!! That's some good fishing. I wouldn't want to clean all those fish, though. I'm impressed with that catch.
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It was the great lakes bow fishing championship in Michigan's thumb. It's 250 two man teams.

And luckily we don't clean them. They grind them up and turn them into fertilizer for the farmers in the area. They're carp, very rich in nitrogen
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It was the great lakes bow fishing championship in Michigan's thumb. It's 250 two man teams.

And luckily we don't clean them. They grind them up and turn them into fertilizer for the farmers in the area. They're carp, very rich in nitrogen
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