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Giant Calico

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I get the privilege to fish a private gravel Pit once or twice a yr in Chautauqua county. Today I caught my personal best Calico. Look at my boy with the great pic teaching him how to make em looks as big as possible. 17.5 inches. Gonna wiegh him but it’ll be right around 3lbs. 

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that belongs on the wall!!!!

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I’m contipalting it. State record was caught twice by two brothers back to back same lake same hr last yr.  Only small section of lake can be fished by public. No ice fishing allowed since it’s a gravel pit. I seen a pick of a northern caught out of same body of water if I told people how big I thought it was I get bullied on internet. I caught a northern personally ice fishing over 20lbs. 

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Lake was never stocked all over flow from conewango Creek. 

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 I’m not sure but this is 60 acres or so. 

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Definitely one for the wall....beautiful fish.

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I’m gonna mount it I got a 1.5 lb perch today out of same hole gonna mount em together. 17.25 inches 2.5lbs Is officially metrics. I honestly thought it would of been heavier. Skinny but it’s hump back is great. 

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Congrats!  Slammer crappie.  I am looking for one over 16" for my collection.  

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Get a replica mount of the kid...holding the fish...if you want unique lol.

 

Slammer.

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Get a replica mount of the kid...holding the fish...if you want unique lol.
 
Slammer.

X2, skin mounts don’t last.


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Ron, great fish.  Fun to see the kids involved too.  Agree 100% with replica mount over skin mount.

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Very nice fish.  I get into big crappir here in PA on lake wallenpaupack trou the ive but 14-15in big.  Thats really an impressive fish.  Good job.  

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