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Big Ol' Fish - Aug 29Submitted: 08/29/2013
Story By Newswatch 12 Sports


- Al Cline of Rhinelander was the latest of a long line of successful anglers reportedly finding luck on Little Duffy Lake. Using a Rappa Fire Tiger, he reeling in this 30 inch Walleye. It's the second biggest one's he's ever landed. This prize is getting mounted.

Cecil's Jim Britton had quite a day on the Wolf River between Shawano and Keshena. using a Mepps spinner, he landed this 38 inch Northern Pike. After the picture the fish was released.

Mari Szews of Sugar Camp was fishing with her grandparents when she landed family bragging rights. With a crappie minnow, the 8-year old hauled in a HUGE 23 inch walleye.

Her sister Kaya nabbed this 18-inch largemouth bass just a couple of days later. She was using a night crawler. I understand Both young ladies are now giving their dad some pointers.



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