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Best time of the year for big browns. Bet winner will be a gobie eating fatty over 20.


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Brian knows what he’s doing out there for sure, no accident.
Ken (coyote k) got a good one too.
Ken is a consummate sportsman. One of the best coyote hunters I know.
Great job guys.


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Yep the fishing had been unbelievable last week ,we were out on 3 trips and it just got better and better. Yesterday it took my partner and I 45 minutes to get our 6 rods set first thing, we were to busy netting fish! We lost a bigger fish then the 23.15 lb. King we weighed in five minutes before both feeding on the same bait pod, that fish was lost because we had a double on.Good luck all!IMG_20180630_082825107.jpgIMG_20180626_070840136_HDR.jpg

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Escape is on the way to the scales.
Wait till you see how he made out today!!!!!!!!!


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Going to let Brian tell his story. He sent me a couple pics, almost choked on my lunch.


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Last night Keith and I decided we were going to talk Kurt into brown fishing this morning. We ran East and set up in our normal honey hole. We picked away at browns until we got East of the can. The further East we went the more browns we caught and the bigger they were getting. Around 8:30, a diver takes off ripping like a king. After a nice battle, we slid the net under a 19lb 4 oz. brown. We ended up throwing back 6 browns in the 11-12.5 range. We laker fished for a short time before running in an got a 18lb 10oz laker for the board. We ended up weighing two browns and a laker. IMG_3431.JPGIMG_3432.JPGIMG_3435.JPG


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Last night Keith and I decided we were going to talk Kurt into brown fishing this morning. We ran East and set up in our normal honey hole. We picked away at browns until we got East of the can. The further East we went the more browns we caught and the bigger they were getting. Around 8:30, a diver takes off ripping like a king. After a nice battle, we slid the net under a 19lb 4 oz. brown. We ended up throwing back 6 browns in the 11-12.5 range. We laker fished for a short time before running in an got a 18lb 10oz laker for the board. We ended up weighing two browns and a laker. IMG_3431.thumb.JPG.795754bb748dc71a896419169edb3401.JPGIMG_3432.thumb.JPG.68e4fb9b1cad94f6fdb5f911fb72c37d.JPGIMG_3435.thumb.JPG.1b1e1d4a39829b8f662863493d34f85a.JPG


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WOW...outstanding!


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