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Old 04-20-2012, 09:28 AM
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Corbo,
I usually tell people that I hail from Tennessee, but in this case, I'm totally from Missouri. We need pictures.

[QUOTE]my hands and narly fingers have appeared a great many times in Fly Rod & Reel as well as other magazines.... HOLDING BIG FISH.

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Old 04-21-2012, 12:30 AM
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Hugh; I will try to find "proof" but the issues have long since been tossed out though I may have some in my storage locker in Pigeon Forge.

Paul Guernsey was editor for many years and one of my best freinds (he's since retired) and he took zillions of photos of me with BIG trout and other fish that appeared in his articles.

Some choice words from Paul about me a few years ago:

http://www.flyrodreel.com/magazine/2...warm-and-fuzzy


Back in the 90's Paul took some really cool pictures of my hands and big trout with a night vision scope mounted on a camera... it was the first time anyone had used night vision equipment to hunt big brown trout after dark and it made the cover...

An article about brook trout fishing Paul wrote... he likes to break my balls.

http://www.flyrodreel.com/magazine/2...he-maine-woods

To get the older articles you must pay a fee. Bummer and I don't know how to get the pics off their website.

I should invite Paul down here to fish with you Hugh but Paul is a liberal and as much as I love the guy he did have an Obama sticker on his truck when he showed up to take me up to Lyford Camps...... I had him remove it for his own safety.... the up-country Maine rednecks are an interesting lot.
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