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    I ran across this beauty while trecking across one of my favorite spots. Big teeth for such a skinny "fish".


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    1. Curtis King

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      Registered: February 2003
      Location: Richland, WA, USA.
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  1. Jason Decker
    bet a mouse fly might do the trick
    #1 3-31-06 7:36am

    mr trout

    Trevor Hutton
    Just when I thought it was safe to be in the water...


    Actually, I really like snakes... sometimes. They are fascinating as long as you know where they are and they don't surprise you.
    #2 3-31-06 8:01am

    East Fork
    I've seen rattle snakes in the water like that and I HATE it! I had one I thought was going to climb in my boat at Jamason Lake. I was just about ready to jump off the other side too!
    #3 3-31-06 9:25pm

    Rory McMahon
    could they strike when there swimming?
    #4 4-24-06 5:29am

    Porter
    Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da Da DaDaDa ....Scarry....I hate those things regardless if venomous or not. Fresh water sharks! I would love to see a 10 lb. trout take one down. Yes they can strike when swimming....beware!! They can do harm but chances of encountering them are slim to none....except for those certain areas where all those big trout exist. Why are the trout so big there?
    #5 5-12-06 3:54am




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