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TAKEN TO SCHOOL BY A MASTER TEACHER-THE BROWN TROUT

By Rick Fowler

I have landed many nice fish during the many decades I’ve been angling. A few come to mind: the 6 pound walleye taken off the end of our U.P. dock one evening. The 140 pound Black Marlin caught off the coast of Cozumel, Mexico and a 40 inch angry Canadian Northern Pike boated after a lengthy battle on skimpy 4 pound test line. Not true trophy size any of them, but to me, all were “fish of a lifetime” and each a memory of an exciting time spent on the water. Continue reading TAKEN TO SCHOOL BY A MASTER TEACHER-THE BROWN TROUT

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