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Re: Toothy Critter Success Thread

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T...crushing it lately bro. Congrats. That fish is pushing the 40 mark. Is it just me or does it look like that thing has some battle scars? You're getting me all amped up, going to chase them this weekend. Going to have to make a tough decision because I don't have my gobbler yet this year.

Posted on: 5/22 8:24


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Got another one tonight! This thing ROCKED my world compared to that smaller one last week. This stuff is like drugs.


Well well well, someones having quite the hot streak!

Congrats on the fish and keep it up! I've been doing the trout weenie thing for a couple weeks...this needs to change.


Posted on: 5/22 9:50


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awesome! great fish.

Posted on: 5/22 9:56


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Thanks everyone!

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T...crushing it lately bro. Congrats. That fish is pushing the 40 mark. Is it just me or does it look like that thing has some battle scars? You're getting me all amped up, going to chase them this weekend. Going to have to make a tough decision because I don't have my gobbler yet this year.


Thanks dude, and Yeah I'm going to say it was 39 just for good measure...haha pun intended. And it definitely had a mark on its side. Not really sure what it was. Didn't look like bite marks or anything. I caught it near a log jam so maybe he roughed himself up chasing bait.

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Well well well, someones having quite the hot streak!

Congrats on the fish and keep it up! I've been doing the trout weenie thing for a couple weeks...this needs to change.



Thanks man. Definitely didn't think I'd be landing two by now! After last year's beatdown it's a nice change of pace.

Posted on: 5/22 10:13
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Re: Toothy Critter Success Thread

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Great fish buddy. Looks like I better step up my game hahaha. As far as scared up fish alotta of injuries come from the spawn. Sometimes females take a beating from the males trying get them to start dropping eggs.

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Thanks Paco appreciate it man.

Posted on: 5/22 14:13
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Nice fish Ty. Everything up here has been blown out and it doesn't look any better for a while. I need to get out bad


Posted on: 5/22 15:49


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I can't figure out how to resize photo but here is a video

2014 First Fish: http://youtu.be/Xuwjgl1hnAg

Posted on: 5/23 9:48


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I can't figure out how to resize photo but here is a video

2014 First Fish: http://youtu.be/Xuwjgl1hnAg


Wow!...I've had nightmares not as scary as that beast! Nice.

Posted on: 5/23 10:01

Edited by afishinado on 2014/5/23 10:24:15


Re: Toothy Critter Success Thread

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Nice fish plombardo. I can see the excitement and chaos in your face. What a rush!

Posted on: 5/23 18:45
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Thanks guys. It was difficult taking video. I see why people like the go pro now. I took that with my cell phone laying on my backpack.

Posted on: 5/27 12:21


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Edited....nevermind answered my question

On another note...hitting em hard this week since the moons and whatnot. Pretty stoked

Posted on: 5/27 18:18

Edited by TLoomis on 2014/5/27 19:01:55
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Td, two other buddy's and I have two days of floating and camping this weekend. Over twenty miles of greasy musky water. Then the 7&8th got the musky tourney at Glendale. I fore see a great time and a sore casting arm and maybe a musky or two.

Posted on: 5/27 20:27
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Re: Toothy Critter Success Thread

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Finally made it in the toothy critter club.

Had to use a huge 7" jointed Rapala and and 17 lb. Berkeley line on my spin rod to do ot though.

I've been doin good with smallies at one of my new found spots and when it hit from about 30 some yards away I thought "Oh man that's huge" and then I was like that can't be a bass. Then the next second I switched back and forth between carp and musky and in the back of my head going it can't be a musky... please be a musky!!

And then it took off and thrashed and jumped out of the water. I thought I might lose my rod. I was like Hell Yeaaah! Musky Baby !!!

I would have tried to get a shameless selfie hero shot but I was more concerned with finding my pliers to get the fish released quickly. Hemos worked fine. Was not wearing waders and had to take my work boots off and get in to make sure such a beautiful fish was properly released to swim off on its own.

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Posted on: 5/28 8:12
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Re: Toothy Critter Success Thread

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Awesome fish man! Look at those teeth!

Something incredible happened on our float tonight.....

43" Tiger took a baby bass gamechanger. Hands down coolest eat so far. Saw him come out of nowhere and just annihilate my fly. Sorry for the blur....you know how it is...

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Posted on: 5/28 21:45

Edited by TLoomis on 2014/5/28 22:10:54
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