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nice fish, dude!    I love senkos so much.  

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thats a very strange way to begin a video! i wasnt expecting that at all. i like it!!!

it must be nice to have friends who will drop their breakfast to bring you a scale. ;D

great fish dude. is that your pb?

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I thought for a minute there that I was watching the Blair Witch project....   Nice fish guys

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Good flick.

Jason needs to start jogging.

Josh needs to learn how to use a scale.

Great post.

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NICE FISH!!

Wasn't what i was expecting either and that's not a bad thing, piece of advice, next time just use the hole your hook made to weigh the fish or use your hook to punch a hole (but i'd try to avoid the latter)

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I'd have to agree with Sam however I would add one thing... instead of running to get the scale  just bring it with you everytime you go because you never know when the hawg is gonna bite!!!

NICE FISH!!!

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thats a very strange way to begin a video! i wasnt expecting that at all. i like it!!!

it must be nice to have friends who will drop their breakfast to bring you a scale. ;D

great fish dude. is that your pb?

No but my biggest is 6.4LB.

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oh, and i got to thinkin...

it would be much more beneficial for the fish if you sharpened the hook on your scale. just take a dremel tool and a grinding bit (or if you have a grinding wheel or other means of grinding) and sharpen the hook.

this makes it go thru the fish's lip much easier, making it less stressful on the fish so you can get them back in the water quicker.

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Well I forrgot how to put the scale in the top but my brother said it goes in the top so I know that now. I might just get a grip scale those are less stressfull on the fish. :-/

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Well I forrgot how to put the scale in the top but my brother said it goes in the top so I know that now. I might just get a grip scale those are less stressfull on the fish. :-/

a good accurate grip scale will cost mucho moola ($70 plus) and they dont weigh in ounces like most digital scales do. your digital scale is fine, it will just be a much faster process if you sharpen the hook.

regardless of where you put the hook, it will help a lot if you sharpen it.

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Just get one of these scales. They are alot more fish friendlier.

Berkley 14-in Digital Lip Grip Scale

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Just get one of these scales. They are alot more fish friendlier.

Berkley 14-in Digital Lip Grip Scale

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How much is that?

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Just get one of these scales. They are alot more fish friendlier.

Berkley 14-in Digital Lip Grip Scale

p1277889p275w.jpg

How much is that?

$50

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good camera skills while running not even jokin i tried runnin and recording with a camera once didnt work to well.

but hey nice fish that thing was huge, congrats

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nice fish man !!!  as far as the weighing goes i just hook the fish under the gill like where u would tie a fish to a string line , i never punch hles in emlol either way good job

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