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    Brim, almost 2lbs....caught in our pond...used beef liver for bait

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    That striped Bass is beautiful Doug, very nice effort.

    And Countrygirl, a Brim caught in your own pond? It don't get much better than that.

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    Here is a few from last year when I was in Wyoming, you all may recognize the pics.
    I am planning on going fishing again next week, found a place that has channel cats and largemouth bass in it (according to a fishing guide book I got from the library), only a mile and a half from my apartment.





    Edit: I am not professing to be a professional fisherman, nor am I saying that I fish all the time. The last time I went fishing I tripped on the bank, and hooked my finger lol. (though who has not hooked themselves? )
    Last edited by jhonston; 05-05-2012 at 07:36 PM.

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    None so far!!
    I was out on my ranch property and saw the BIGGEST trout I have ever seen in my life
    The Conejos River is world class fishing....

    riv5 by Trent Rock's Visual Vices, on Flickr


    riv4 by Trent Rock's Visual Vices, on Flickr


    riv2 by Trent Rock's Visual Vices, on Flickr

    And there are 2 beaver ponds

    pond1 by Trent Rock's Visual Vices, on Flickr

    It takes me about 30 minutes to hike to the river from my south entrance
    I have to go through ditches, ponds, swampland, rosehip plants, and creeks (thorns!!)
    It's 3 miles from my house
    I'm gonna go there a few times a week until I catch that fish!!!! (SMILEY FACE)

    I'll post some pics as I get them..hopefully soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trent Rock View Post
    I'm gonna go there a few times a week until I catch that fish!!!!
    I think that fish has other plans Trent.....
    I've never met a body of water I didn't like



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    Some great shots guys thanks for sharing.

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    From last October in the Bitterroot River
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    German Brown (v. 19.000.2012.6.23) by Trent Rock's Visual Vices, on Flickr

    The best part is I caught it 1500 feet from my house. Biggest trout I have ever caught. 1st German Brown ever caught. 6lb. test. 3 split shot. Eagle Claw #8 hook. Nightcrawlers and Power bait smorgasbord....

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    Very very nicely done trent!

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    We caught this 4ft Alligator Gar in Lake Ponchatrain last week. I took about 20 miutes to land and as you see it forced it's snout through the net. These things have rows of razor sharp teeth. It shook the hook off in the net and we tossed it back.

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