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Re: [spinner] Trout from today In reply to
wow, very impressive, come to nevada/utah and fish with us!



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id start charging $500 a day to guide people to that hole of yours!



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My beautiful WIFE!


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Anna Catherine *spinner* Harris' first trout..age three

6 years old and ready to take on the WORLD!
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Re: [spinner] Little spinnete In reply to
i am left simply speechless my friend , speechless ! if there was the angler of a lifetime award , you would definatly deserve it !





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Re: [Guest] Trout from today In reply to
Great catches bro. You stated you only keep a few small stream trout, however you have your fingers in the gills of many of your trophys. Also, some pics are in the front of the house so they obviously were not released. Fish are a renewable resource and there is nothing wrong with killing them and eating them. Don't be ashamed if your killing them, that's what limits are for. If you are releasing them, please learn how to handle them so they survive. Fingers in the gills are a death sentence for most fish, especially trout. I'm trying not to be too critical, but you shouldn't release them just to die. IMHO

Good Fishing, Kayote

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Re:Thanks but NO thanks Kayote In reply to
have fished for 40 years..



Thanks for the tips on on C/R



If you look at my gallery listed.....



I do know how to c/r fish and think maybe have c/red a few more fish in my day than you have...
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you da man! In reply to
great photography too!

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Re: Proper c/r release method..demonstrated by my Dad In reply to
Photo is from 1962.

I took this photo.

I was 5 years old...

The little one in middle (monster)

was my first trout ever caught!



I wore out the picture of me showing off the stringer full...


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love to fish! In reply to

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Winkgood catch! nicest ive seen all year on trout! keep it up and keep on postin them!see ya on the flip side!Tongue





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Re: [Kayote] Trout from today In reply to
This guy (spinner) clearly looks like he knows what he is doing.
Why do catch and release Zealots have to put in their .02 cents all the time?
Keep the fish photos coming! Love them

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Re: [spinner] Re:Thanks but NO thanks Kayote In reply to
Spinner,

Sorry if I offended you. I didn't mean for that outcome. You obviously are a skilled angler. I am not a catch and release nut in the least. My point is the opposite. We should not be ashamed to harvest fish. It is legal and I feel it's a right. I kill and eat many fish. Again, sorry if I angered you.

Good Fishing, Kayote

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Re: [spinner] Proper c/r release method..demonstrated by my Dad In reply to
is that your dad in the old photo ? i can see where fishing has been a lifelong passion . i think it's fantastic !





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Re: [lonehunter] Yes..it is my dad... In reply to
Hello LoneHunter....
I am goofing off at work now. I lived exactly 33 steps from the Kickapoo River in my youth. I fished daily from age 5 till now.
The photo is of the string of fish my dad and I caught when I was 5. The large one in photo is my first trout ever! It was 23 3/4 inches...I casted/landed/cleaned/cooked....that fish...Have been bitten by the fishing bug ever since...Take a look at my gallery. Have some sweet photos in there too.
I am a little sensitive to the catch and release debate. Have had people trying to shove THEIR opnions down my throat for years. Little Hair Triggered at comments.
Len *spinner* Harris

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Re: [Guest] Yes..it is my dad... In reply to
yea , i know what you mean . i only keep what i'm going to eat that night , or if the fish has been to badley damaged to survive . the rest i let go . the only time i ever limit out is when were camping as a group for a campfire fish fry . cats , panfish , crappie or perch .

i knew it could only be your dad . it's just the way you kept it close to you all these years . fathers hardley ever say it , but you can bet there just as proud of us as we are of them .

catch and release or for eating , dosen't matter to me . excersizing your God given rights to choose for yourself , well thats what makes us all human beings .

keep posting thoes pics , i enjoy the heck out of them . thanks , lonehunter

p.s. what program do you use for posting your pic's ? you can p.m. me the info if you would like .





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Re: [lonehunter] Photo is my nephew with his first trout! In reply to
His name is Chase....Happened on same stream as my first...He was 5 also...Trout 23 inches!

I took him for his first time and first trout and he is HOOKED now also!


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Re: [spinner] Photo is my nephew with his first trout! In reply to
bless his heart . . .



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Re: [spinner] Photo is my nephew with his first trout! In reply to
ARRRGGG ! THE KIDS ARE DOING BETTER THAN ME !!!!!!!!!

GREAT PIC AGAIN SPINNER , NEVER MIND ON THE PM , I SEE IT AT THE BOTTOM !





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