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CaptBob
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Apr 27, 2017 19:58 |  #1

I can always depend on plenty of shots at these guys

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Wallace ­ River
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Apr 28, 2017 06:13 |  #2

Beauties. They are much more tolerant than our red tails!


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Apr 28, 2017 07:52 |  #3

Good ones, Bob. They do seem very approachable, for the most part, based on the few I've seen. Their range gets very close to us, but I've never seen one in our county.


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Apr 28, 2017 17:15 |  #4

Wallace River wrote in post #18340775 (external link)
Beauties. They are much more tolerant than our red tails!

Totally agree, red tails are spooky

CDMOOSE wrote in post #18340841 (external link)
Good ones, Bob. They do seem very approachable, for the most part, based on the few I've seen. Their range gets very close to us, but I've never seen one in our county.

. Thanks Al- probably a good thing, you'd be buying nmore memory. You have too much going on up there already


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