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Old Apr 2, 2007, 10:36 AM   #1
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"Trout Sushi" for dinner - Osprey - (Graphic)

If blood and guts bothers you please don't go any farther.

Lots of times when I look at some of the photos that I take, they remind me of a whole story.

Trout Sushi sounds good for dinner, so I guess I will go fishing for a fresh trout.



Good day, Nice big trout and now dinner time.



That is OK, everything gooood takes a little work.



Oh YES!!!!! now for the taste that refreshes.



OOOOOOOOPS!!!!! "I dropped it"



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Old Apr 2, 2007, 12:10 PM   #2
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Roger another great series - Ronny
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Old Apr 2, 2007, 12:21 PM   #3
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Roger another great series - Ronny
Thanks Ronny for the kind comment and for taking the time to look.

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Great sequence and photos.


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Nice ones again

Yeah that is what I was describing on the other thread.... only fish big enough to be hanging off the pole edges and satelite beach bar below with a wedding in progress 15 ft to the right with scales and bits flying..
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Thank you Darren for the kind words and for looking.

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Old Apr 2, 2007, 3:31 PM   #7
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Nice ones again

Yeah that is what I was describing on the other thread.... only fish big enough to be hanging off the pole edges and satelite beach bar below with a wedding in progress 15 ft to the right with scales and bits flying..
Hi to YA!!!! Hayward. Sometimes I wonder how they can fly with such a big fis and then again other time its just a little fellow they caught.

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Funny though the Ospey I see out/down here tend to have much more speckled wings, instead of so solid black. Maybe something to do with Salt water environment.
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Funny though the Ospey I see out/down here tend to have much more speckled wings, instead of so solid black. Maybe something to do with Salt water environment.
Hayward that is interesting. I guess there will be little differences according to where they are at at the time. I am told the Osprey we get here come up from down in mexico.

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Roger Another good series.

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