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Old May 6, 2010, 8:49 PM   #1
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Old May 6, 2010, 8:58 PM   #2
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And sometimes, all you have to do is sit on your back porch!

1. Staking out your favorite fishing spot.


2. Make your cast.


3. Success!


4. Looks like a keeper.



5. Check the quality.



6.. Start your preparation for dinner.



7. Time to eat!



8. Burrrrrp!!

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Steven, great series! I kept viewing them at original size trying to figure out what kind of fish that was. Crappie maybe? Anyway, you have a nice back yard. Thanks for the show, now I'M hungry!
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Steven, great series! I kept viewing them at original size trying to figure out what kind of fish that was. Crappie maybe? Anyway, you have a nice back yard. Thanks for the show, now I'M hungry!
Hi Hawgwild: No, not crappies. I don't remember their name, but it is not a native fish. They are from Egypt, and the HOA stocked them in the lakes because they eat algae and grass in the water. They stocked them to keep the lakes cleaner. (A lot of them died with this unusual cold winter we had, so we are hoping they come back in large numbers.)
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And sometimes, all you have to do is sit on your back porch!

1. Staking out your favorite fishing spot.


2. Make your cast.


3. Sucess!


4. Looks like a keeper.



5. Check the quality.



6.. Start your preparation for dinner.



7. Time to eat!



8. Burrrrrp!!
Hmmm, all i am seeing is this. Never had any problems with photos before or am I missing something?

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You are not alone jelow, I am missing it too, all I see is the chronological order of the great expedition. ?????
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You are not alone jelow, I am missing it too, all I see is the chronological order of the great expedition. ?????
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WHEW! I thought I was wiggin' out. I don't see the images either.
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I don't see them either...
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Hi Guys,
You can see the images if you put your cursor over the question mark and press enter


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sorry guys, my fault. I forgot to change the default setting in Smugmug when I created that gallery. Everyone should be able to see them now without clicking anything.
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