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nice landlock to small to enter maybe 3 lbs


small laker released still no big ones


ok the truth is out one for the smoker


some of the gang

















Choas trying some slightly faster trolling or he,s trying to get away from the LOUALL for some well deserved rest ......Thank You everyone Who Helped AND`Fished it was( almost to) short and sweet.. :D


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good day to fish not so for catching ,not to good for my wallet blew my moter heading to the dock yea,hoping it was a valve spring i ant even gonna look at it till tomorrow ;(;(;(

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Egads, those are faces only a mother could love. :shock: Great pics Ray, but sorry to hear about the engine. It was running like a top.

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hey bob i got another engine yesterday little smaller 120hp vs 140 but the price was in my budget one of those little old ladys engine who used it 1 week a summer the marina i got it from maintained it for the last 11 years ,id drop it in today but i cant get to the hoist till next week .

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