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Week 9
Lake Trout 36.25"

Tournament History
Tournament Statistics
Category Wins Top5 Top10 Top 5 Fish Total Total Entries Prize Money
Trout 6 6 6 192.00" 6 $6,000
Totals 6 6 6 192.00" 6 $6,000
* Note: Totals do not include cash prizes won from Master Anglers and BountyRecords.
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  • About Yourself
    Live to fish.
  • Favorite species
  • Most Memorable Fish
    My first Tarpon
  • Dream Fishing Trip
    Flyfishing in New Zealand, Tarpon fishing in Costa Rica.
  • Best excuse you ever told someone to go fishing
    I need to catch the $1,000 winner this week!
Comments (12 comments)
Dornblaser (posted Dec 6, 2010)
Thanks Jim!!
kgslm87 (posted Jun 27, 2008)
man tarpon fishing is my dream!... i've wanted to do it my entire life ever since i first saw them jumping out of the water on tv... if i ever do it is there anywhere you would reccomend!?
Steve P
Steve P (posted Dec 13, 2007)
tell them jim us old fisherman neverdie!!we just smell that way!! nice fish, congrats on the record! steve.. alot of little tarpon in the canals misseda couple,landed one about 25 on 12lb test using small finger mullet the bait is everywhere!!! weather has been warm fishing should be good when you get here!! good luck!steve..
FISHINMA (posted Dec 3, 2007)
Jim WOW on the new HOGGY TROUT!!! "MA"
Tarponjim (posted Nov 5, 2007)
Ma: I fish for them until mid-Dec. in open water (and frozen air!), then head to Florida to work and fish until May. Ice fishing just isn't very productive compared with open water. Not worth the time.
FISHINMA (posted Oct 30, 2007)
Hey Jim! How's the fishin? Do you ice fish for the Lake Trout? "MA"
derrickw3 (posted Aug 17, 2007)
I have the same problem. My body is starting out-grow my head : ) Nice fish!!
Tarponjim (posted Aug 14, 2007)
Aaron, I get fish here annually that are in the 40-pound, 44-inch range. Most are around 15-30 pounds, and 30-40 inches. The hump back is because the fish is growing at a rate faster than normal. The body is out-growing the head.
LooseDragMcgoo (posted Aug 13, 2007)
IS the hump natural or from angler inexperience>? I dunno I dont fish trout? Mike :)
Aaron Wiebe
Aaron Wiebe (posted Aug 13, 2007)
Congrats on those phenomenal trout, blowing everyone away in that category....this week's fish is AMAZING, love the humpback, a true trophy!!! How much bigger have you caught in that area?? Good luck with future success!!!
FISHINMA (posted Jul 31, 2007)
SWEET CATCH MR. JIM!! Were you at "THE GORGE"? Gre at to see Utah on the boards! I'm still hard at it. Good Luck! Lori &quo t;THE FISHINMA"
Wyobraz (posted Jul 27, 2007)
Now there went any chance of me winning any money in this thing.LOL Good luck to you, I'll look forward to seeing your name on the leader board. Although you may need to change that Tarpon pic to a Mackinaw pic, especially when you win.
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