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    Mrs.Trout and I meet up with a few of our fishing freinds out on the river for some salmon fishing.
    It was a long day, 17 hours from start to finish..
    I have to say we kicked butt! we had 10 boats out there and 9 fish was caught and another 6 or so that got away..
    Mrs.Trout caught her 2 fish limit that weighted in at 36lbs and 22lbs..
    she had the biggest fish up until the last 10 minutes of fishing when one of the other wifes hooked up with a 37lber..

    I'm on the left holding Mrs.Trouts other lure didn't get touched all day..

    time to switch back to trout fishing...

    Hawk G-4 Jetcraft
    Fish are food, not friends!

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