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Topic: AOTY one fish group!  (Read 524 times)

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Congrats to the One-And-Only groups! What a fine group it is!   I was aiming to be able to say there is no other way but up, but now I can fall down...  I should've downgrade ...  :smt044

What !?!   When is the season opener again?

« Last Edit: January 05, 2018, 05:11:25 PM by Sin Coast »
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Well, you do paddle a raptor  :smt002 :smt044
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Well, you do paddle a raptor  ;-) :smt044

Lol .... 'saw lots of cool sigs, I want to be able to do a year over year position upgrade just for fun ...  but I know one thing, I like my Raptor  :metal
« Last Edit: January 02, 2018, 06:14:03 PM by yakyakyak »
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Will try harder to get 2 fishes next year  :smt003
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Will try harder to get 2 fishes next year  :-D

 :fishing1   ya, for sure, at least register them on time anyway!

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Will try harder to get 2 fishes next year  :smt003

Haha! My New Years resolution was to submit at least 2 fish this year... never seem to think to measure them carefully until itís too late...
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Will try harder to get 2 fishes next year  :smt003

Haha! My New Years resolution was to submit at least 2 fish this year... never seem to think to measure them carefully until itís too late...

mine was to join the 1 fish group.
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Letís see who will get the lowest point this year  :smt005
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Letís see who will get the lowest point this year  :smt005

NWKA runs a side challenge for tiny fish.  It could be fun to do that here.

http://aoty.northwestkayakanglers.com/leaderboard/Tinylist


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Letís see who will get the lowest point this year  :smt005

NWKA runs a side challenge for tiny fish.  It could be fun to do that.

I think this is the smallest fish in aoty history :-)
http://aoty.norcalkayakanglers.com/catches/993
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Letís see who will get the lowest point this year  :smt005

NWKA runs a side challenge for tiny fish.  It could be fun to do that.

I think this is the smallest fish in aoty history :-)
http://aoty.norcalkayakanglers.com/catches/993

Nice.  I get some sort of prize for the grodiest fish in aoty history, right?

http://aoty.norcalkayakanglers.com/catches/4751


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Letís see who will get the lowest point this year  :smt005

NWKA runs a side challenge for tiny fish.  It could be fun to do that.

I think this is the smallest fish in aoty history :-)
http://aoty.norcalkayakanglers.com/catches/993
mouth was open, we would have deducted 1.5 inches from it last year


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Letís see who will get the lowest point this year  :smt005

NWKA runs a side challenge for tiny fish.  It could be fun to do that.

I think this is the smallest fish in aoty history :-)
http://aoty.norcalkayakanglers.com/catches/993

Nice.  I get some sort of prize for the grodiest fish in aoty history, right?

http://aoty.norcalkayakanglers.com/catches/4751

Lol .... now that's what I call two-in-one!

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Letís see who will get the lowest point this year  :smt005

NWKA runs a side challenge for tiny fish.  It could be fun to do that.

I think this is the smallest fish in aoty history :-)
http://aoty.norcalkayakanglers.com/catches/993

Nice.  I get some sort of prize for the grodiest fish in aoty history, right?

http://aoty.norcalkayakanglers.com/catches/4751
Yes, although i did have to unfortunately deduct points from it. Next time, please ensure to use some sort of highlighter on the tail so that we can verify it's full length. i recommend dipping it in Pautzke Fire Dye (tm).


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Is firebrine safe to eat?  That would have tainted my ceviche.