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  • #31
    Originally posted by Sqain View Post
    Great fish, love that run.

    I've only got to fish dukes once so far. I love that just by this pic u know what run he is fishing. Remind me to ask you to be my guide next time I go. Lol. No chance u have a reso next Wednesday is there?
    If fishing is religion, Fly Fishing is high church.

    -Tom Brokaw-

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    • #32
      haha chef, Im by no means near the best out there. Over the last probably two years or so I have learned Dukes well though. I may try and go-- wednesdays are the days I normally go because of my class schedule. Call me crazy but I recognize that same brown from a report a fews years ago. Ill go digging into the search tool and try and find it.
      Last edited by Sqain; 03-22-15, 01:35 PM.
      -Spain

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      • #33
        So I think I found the same fish, pretty awesome too because the report I found this fish from was three years ago. Catch and release definitely works; really cool to see on what appears to be a awesome wild brown. I used to look at tons of reports from dukes on here from some NGTO folks that absolutely own the place- that's the only reason I recognized it. I didn't catch this brown, another member did.

        From recent:




        and from a few years back:





        What does everyone think? Same fish?

        Spain.


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        Last edited by Sqain; 03-22-15, 11:30 AM.
        -Spain

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        • #34
          Definitely the same fish and an amazing observation there
          If fishing is religion, Fly Fishing is high church.

          -Tom Brokaw-

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          • #35
            What does everyone think? Same fish?

            Spain.


            Dude! that is some amazing work. I am glad I was able to share the picture with you guys but, you have taken it to a whole new level, great job!!

            Yes definitely, same fish!
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            • #36
              I'm sure that fish has brought much happiness to several anglers....a testament to proper fish-handling techniques.
              The Drifter

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              • #37
                I'm pretty sure that I took that second picture. I am amazed that you dug that report up and it seems to be the same fish.
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                George Anderson and Jimbo Meador were my companions, men who never confuse angling with male bonding: fine dining and gentlemanly hours were out the window. - McGuane

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                • #38
                  honestly it didnt take very long at all to find it. It was in one of the first threads I opened up
                  -Spain

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Joe A View Post
                    I'm pretty sure that I took that second picture. I am amazed that you dug that report up and it seems to be the same fish.

                    Nice shot, Joe......




                    Kelbo
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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Kelboski View Post
                      Nice shot, Joe......




                      Kelbo
                      Nice fish Kelly.
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                      George Anderson and Jimbo Meador were my companions, men who never confuse angling with male bonding: fine dining and gentlemanly hours were out the window. - McGuane

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                      • #41
                        but just how big a boy are ya ?

                        Those are great pics and that's 3 great catches by my count, way to go guys! I was curious about not being able to see much difference in size and dug up the post on Kelly's catch. It was actually on 12/28/13, so it's only been about 15 months between pics. Kelly noted his at 23", so it would be interesting to know the length now, if Two Vices captured that info! Considering the meal plan I would guess around 25" ?

                        Beautiful fish and nice teamwork all the way around !

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                        • #42
                          Oops must of assumed it was from early 2013 since its early 2015


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                          • #43
                            First time at Dukes Saturday

                            Is there an easier way to post pictures i can't figure this **** thing out

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by andrie49 View Post
                              Is there an easier way to post pictures i can't figure this **** thing out
                              Basically, go to postimage.org, then select the file (the picture) you want to post, resize to 640x480, press upload it, then just copy the "hotlink for forums (1)", and paste it onto your post you were going to make. You can delete the 1st and 3rd line if you want to to make your post "cleaner"

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                              • #45
                                I too have seen "updated" photos of fish I recognize from same section, run, etc., very cool. It's always interesting to see how much they can grow over even one season. After I was fortunate enough to have caught them, of course.
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