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John Kelley

My 30 pound 3 ounce King made it home.

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And is residing on the wall below my pike and crappie mount.  Jeff Frisby did a super job on this fish!!

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Very nice John. The mount above it is really cool too....Les

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And is residing on the wall below my pike and crappie mount.  Jeff Frisby did a super job on this fish!!

Very nice John, I just like to look at fish mounts!! Everybody has deer it's not every day you go to some ones home and they have a nice fish display. Off course that's my opinion and I'm partial to the fishing sport anyway. I like to hunt, I love to fish.

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Pike was 26 pounds and 45" long.  It was all spawned out or it would have weighed more.  Caught it from the Missouri river in April, right after ice out, on a large, frozen smelt.

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Take them memories home John , we will miss ya….you better get your ass back here to fish another day to !!! Drive careful going home,drive safe…..i'll be thinking of you everyday i fish….god bless tight lines,   Ed

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Here is my whole wall, with my 29 pound king from last year as well as my 9.5 pound walleye.  Pike and Walleye are both from South Dakota waters.  Crappie was caught from Greers Ferry Arkansas, and of course both salmon are from the Oak!!  I will add my 14 pound brown and 13 pound steelhead replicas to this wall next summer. Both also from the Oak!!

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Looks great John! Funny how those things (relatively) dwarf the huge walleye to the eye. Real nice collection. Les

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Thanks Les,

Yeah, those salmon pretty much dwarf everything else.  Wall will look better next year when I get my tubby brown trout up there, and my steelhead. Hoping to get a big, fat laker from Lake Superior next summer as well!!  :yes:  :yes:  :hi:

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