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1. Iphone 5

2. Dec 12 2018

3. Waddington, NY

4. Iain Sorrell

Now it's your turn  - Add you photo taken in the month of September 2020

and details as shown to a reply in this thread!

 

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That's an interesting mirror with the scales going down the lateral line.  What did the other side look like?

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The other side looked exactly the same! Did you notice the small thick scales along the top fins? It was a very thick (fat) mirror carp. It put up a very strong fight and swam off just as strong!  Glad you liked the picture!

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Good job Richard.  Somebody finally caught a "normal" common carp for the competition.

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1 hour ago, Ken said:

Good job Richard.  Somebody finally caught a "normal" common carp for the competition.

And don't forget that the photos do not have to be of someone holding a fish...

The photos do not have to be of someone holding a fish (this is NOT a Trophy fish competition) but they should be recognizable as being related to carp or buffalo fishing in North America and should reflect the capture of a special moment.

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1.       The type of device (e.g. camera or phone) used.

=> iPhone

2.       The date the photo was taken.

=> Sep 21st, 2020

3.       Location (nearest Town and State).

=> somewhere in NY, not very far from Danbury CT...

4.       Your Name

=> Jerome Moisand

This was my very first run from a large reservoir I scouted the day before. A 24 pounder, no less. It trashed in the net, widened a hole and escaped through the hole... I had to slide my entire rod through the net's hole to regain control and finally land it! Very happy to see it go gracefully, hopefully more to come...

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33.5

1. Samsung

2. September 19, 2020

3. Michigan City 

4. Thomas Kesler

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Had to put the information in right
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13 minutes ago, wsurugby10 said:

1) iPhone Xr

2) September 28th

3) Ohio

4) Dan Ketterman

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Those long narrow ones are usually real scrappers.

Did you weigh the fish?

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9 hours ago, Ken said:

Those long narrow ones are usually real scrappers.

Did you weigh the fish?

It put up a very nice fight and ended up weighing 21.5 lbs.

9 hours ago, Thomas Kesler said:

 

 

Nice looking fish

Thank you

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