Fall Fishing Trip

Discussion in 'The Great Outdoors' started by h2oman, Oct 28, 2013.

  1. h2oman

    h2oman Senior Member

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    Headed for the Sierra's for four days with my buds.
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    That place looks amazing!! I have always wanted to go to the Sierra's......maybe one of these days.
     
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    h2oman Senior Member

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    C'mon out. We'll fish.
     
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    damn... I would love to do that someday. Looks awesome!
     
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    Beautiful, been wanting to head that way for some time now
     
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    Very nice looks gorgeous out there.
     
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    Wow those are amazing pics. Especially the landscape ones, look like they could belong in a magazine.
     

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