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May 25, 2023 13:27:29   #
Rayjay425 Loc: Mill Creek, Washington
 
I have had this picture hanging in my shop for years. Don't know the date. Thought I would share.



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May 25, 2023 13:42:15   #
Graywulff Loc: Cortez,Co.
 
Rayjay425 wrote:
I have had this picture hanging in my shop for years. Don't know the date. Thought I would share.
That there sure as shootin’ ain’t no minner Wow!

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May 25, 2023 21:28:03   #
DCGravity Loc: Fairfax, VA (by way of Cleveland OH)
 
Rayjay425 wrote:
I have had this picture hanging in my shop for years. Don't know the date. Thought I would share.


Holy Toledo! That's a truck!!

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May 26, 2023 00:27:28   #
NJ219bands Loc: New Jersey
 
Wow 😮

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May 26, 2023 21:31:44   #
RuffplayOR57 Loc: Klamath Falls, OR
 
Rayjay425 wrote:
I have had this picture hanging in my shop for years. Don't know the date. Thought I would share.


Wow RayJ! That is a monster King for sure. I wonder if they eat good when they are thst big? 🤔

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May 27, 2023 22:30:08   #
bapabear Loc: Blaine, Washington
 
RuffplayOR57 wrote:
Wow RayJ! That is a monster King for sure. I wonder if they eat good when they are thst big? 🤔


They eat geat. Usually the big fish are 5 with a max of six years old. A sixty pounder is just like a 20 pounder, just more of it. That is not hearsay, but the voice of experience from when we kept the big fish to eat on the Copper and the Kenai. I am afraid those days are gone forever. As the old saying goes, we deserve it for pooping in our own pot even though we did not know better.

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