OMG, Hank ... that fish is huge! What kind is it?
Locally known as Tapah fish a snake-head variety. The bigger ones reputedly a man-eater (not sure how far this is true) This fish was caught in the upper reaches of one of the big rivers at our National Park.Hank
That's a huge one! Www.volatilespirits.com
My what a huge one Hank? what sort was that?Yvonne.
Oh, I most definitely DO stay on the sidelines. It's a safe place!Nine Fishing Tales
That is enormous
Never know what could come if you jump in, but sometimes the sidelines are much better
i dunno...sometimes it is the gamble that makes life worth it....nothing ventures nothing gained....smiles.
Ah boys and their fishing stories:) Huge catch...I hope you have this pictured framed in your house:)
Wow, great catch!
I didn't know they sold those as Burger KingThing quite a, well, a very big thingA fish by the looks of it and how it suits youCatching a whopper, not a kangaroo shoe ;)
Rare moments biggie came alongResult of joint efforts was not aloneTough fightWhat frightWorth the experience this occasionHank
Impressive catch! It must've taken a while to get it out of the water.
Very nice catch...sometimes you just gotta jump in...
Hank, you are so right. You took the rough seas and caught a WHOPPER! My Lord, that is the Moby Dick of day fishing, ha ha.Thanks for your support during our "Nina Days." It's part of the reason I haven't been posting much. You are such a good friend to add your thoughts... Amelita
Wow. I remember attempting to fish when I was younger. But we never did catch anything that big. I'm a bit slow on revisits... when busy. I'm attempting a CD catch up day. Thanks for your visits. Keep writing and have fun living.