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Funny Thing Happened #13901126 02/25/21 02:20 AM
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While fishing at Fayette I saw a guy catch a really nice fish. Could have been one of the local guides but he was fishing by himself. He took selfie with the fish. The next thing I saw was he put the fish in the live well. I said to myself if the fish was over 24 inches I would have released it. Anyway in about 10 minutes he pulls it out again and takes some more selfies and then back in the live well it went. He did that a least one more time and then finally released the fish. So he probably posted 4 different pictures with the same fish. Pretty funny.

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Tom...As Colonel Klink would say..."very interesting". One possible explanation...In the wintertime some bass look very pale coming out of cold water...maybe he was trying to make the bass turn a darker shade or have a better lateral stripe for the photo...or maybe he was trying to make people think he caught it a different "super secret spot" than he actually did. Who knows ?

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Originally Posted by Vogey
Tom...As Colonel Klink would say..."very interesting". One possible explanation...In the wintertime some bass look very pale coming out of cold water...maybe he was trying to make the bass turn a darker shade or have a better lateral stripe for the photo...or maybe he was trying to make people think he caught it a different "super secret spot" than he actually did. Who knows ?




That makes since to me! hmmm


Side Note: Or he just might have wanted to make sure he had enough pictures of his fish ! hammer


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Originally Posted by Vogey
Tom...As Colonel Klink would say..."very interesting". One possible explanation...In the wintertime some bass look very pale coming out of cold water...maybe he was trying to make the bass turn a darker shade or have a better lateral stripe for the photo...or maybe he was trying to make people think he caught it a different "super secret spot" than he actually did. Who knows ?





Sgt. Shultz gave the best advice. "I see nothing" ! lol_2 I started watching the reruns a few years ago. Love that show. coolio


Side Note: TomRom: I also saw an anger a couple of years ago while fishing Mcqueeney. He took pictures of a bass five different times. He also kept taking his fish from his live well. After the fifth time he released it . The bass was a nice one. Guessing the weight about 8 to 10 pounds. noidea

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Maybe the bass wasnt happy with the background! confused 3

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Years back in my bass club days we had a member who would take at least 20 pictures of a nice fish that he had caught. Back in those days we did not have cell phone cameras much less cell phones. He would have one of those small 35 mm cameras. Oh yea all of the cameras back then used what was called film. Can only imagine what he paid for processing.

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