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Aug 02, 2008 15:04 |  #1

Big, ugly things.

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Aug 02, 2008 22:45 |  #2

Nice capture. That looks really big....kind of cute too!


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Aug 03, 2008 00:33 |  #3

Good ones- can certainly demolish a lot of tomato plant.
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Aug 03, 2008 01:54 as a reply to  @ LordV's post |  #4

Thanks for the comments.
Yes, they are pretty big. This one is about 2 1/2 inches long, and almost 1/2 inch round.

They can demolish alot of tomato plants .. fast.


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Aug 03, 2008 11:46 as a reply to  @ wabbit's post |  #5

NICE images......and they make good bait too.


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Aug 03, 2008 12:03 |  #6

WOW that is big. Lovely captures.


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Aug 03, 2008 14:14 |  #7

Great shots of it - its hoooge! I wouldnt say it was ugly though, it has great markings.

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Aug 03, 2008 16:28 |  #8

Great captures-and do have voracious appetites!


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Aug 03, 2008 16:44 as a reply to  @ Sugarman's post |  #9

thats not ugly.lovely shots


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Aug 08, 2008 19:37 as a reply to  @ macro junkie's post |  #10

Thanks for the nice comments all.
I never tried them for bait.. that's about all I can think they are good for though.


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