This lake ain't big enough for both of us.

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Steve
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This lake ain't big enough for both of us.

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Wow, saw that on the news yesterday! Worst of all, I think the guy had a nice fish on...wonder if he kept reeling?? I guess not...
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I saw it, too, and it reminded me how ubiquitous GoPros have become. I think they had two running on their boat, catching two slightly different angles of that big boat ripping into them. Scary, crazy video.
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Anyone want to borrow my kayak for springers on the Columbia in a month or two?

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