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Tanner Offline
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Posted: June 29 2004,12:17

Hey??

Is that girl real???

She looks kinda plastic to me. ???


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Posted: June 29 2004,15:09

Her name is Catherine Hooper world famous fly fisher gal. That cuda pic is pretty famous. She is all real and then some!!

http://www.flyfishingconnection.com/article....ow!

Nothing plastic there brother...nuthin!!!


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Posted: June 29 2004,15:45

but mebbe silicone....

:capn:


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Posted: June 29 2004,18:30

Quote (PALADIN @ June 29 2004,6:09)
Her name is Catherine Hooper world famous fly fisher gal. That cuda pic is pretty famous. She is all real and then some!!

http://www.flyfishingconnection.com/article....ow!

Nothing plastic there brother...nuthin!!!

Man, I went to the photo gallery in that sight, and hurt my eyes trying to see some of the bones. Polarized glasses own...
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Posted: June 29 2004,19:13

Nope, nothin plastic with her, or the fish. :cool:

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Posted: June 29 2004,21:11

Oh, man...life's just not fair!  

If I saw that article played out in some movie scene I'd walk out of the theater bitchin' about such an unbelievable script.

It's just not fair.

Don :love:
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Posted: June 30 2004,10:15

For those to lazy to click, here's more Cat Hooper:


Please be sure to note Cat's reel holding technique.



And just for Tanner and our other wimpy freshwater fishers:


BTW, that's a fresh water cuda, aka a muskie and yes, she's an actual fisherman too...

:capn:


Edited by Capn Jimbo on Mar. 03 2006,08:38

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Posted: June 30 2004,10:30

Jim
looks like she's getting good use out of her rod holder :love:


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Posted: Mar. 02 2006,20:20

A big silver spoon has worked well for me. And no treble hooks to remove. BTW, 'cuda fillets cut into chunks make great snapper bait.

An old 80 year old conch here in Key West said he's eaten 'cuda his whole life. But the word from most folks is - don't do that. Cigutera poisoning is a problem, or so "they" say. :O
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