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    55 lb Monster Pike

    This 55 lb 56 inch Pike was caught out of a river in Canada without ever being hooked. Mean SOB wouldn't let go of the 'small' 36 inch pike he was chewing on.
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    Re: 55 lb Monster Pike

    You must have missed this same thread a few weeks back in this forum. The two pictures are not of the same fish and the large one (if it's even an un-altered picture) was allegedly caught in Europe.

    Ever wonder why the sun is out in the first picture, but it's incredibly cloudy in the other one?

    I've seen these pictures floating around for a few years now.

    http://www.pacgb.co.uk/articles/blomedit.htm

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    Re: 55 lb Monster Pike

    I missed the other thread and have never seen the pictures.

    Nope, never wondered about the pictures, and with my limited powers of observation don't know that they are two different fish. Can't say I'm tore up about it either way.

    I received 2 photos of the guy holding a fish, the other was from a different angle. If the photos were doctored, someone with a lot of time on their hands did a heck of a job on them.

    Some of us get fooled pretty easy by the internet. Why, not too long ago there was this guy posting on a fishing board as a girl...

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    Re: 55 lb Monster Pike

    Quote Originally Posted by Devils Horse View Post
    I missed the other thread and have never seen the pictures.

    Nope, never wondered about the pictures, and with my limited powers of observation don't know that they are two different fish. Can't say I'm tore up about it either way.

    I received 2 photos of the guy holding a fish, the other was from a different angle. If the photos were doctored, someone with a lot of time on their hands did a heck of a job on them.

    Some of us get fooled pretty easy by the internet. Why, not too long ago there was this guy posting on a fishing board as a girl...
    Working with designers who are photoshop experts, I'm fairly skeptical of all photos that I see.

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    Re: 55 lb Monster Pike

    Quote Originally Posted by Devils Horse View Post
    I missed the other thread and have never seen the pictures.

    Nope, never wondered about the pictures, and with my limited powers of observation don't know that they are two different fish. Can't say I'm tore up about it either way.

    I received 2 photos of the guy holding a fish, the other was from a different angle. If the photos were doctored, someone with a lot of time on their hands did a heck of a job on them.

    Some of us get fooled pretty easy by the internet. Why, not too long ago there was this guy posting on a fishing board as a girl...
    Too funny!

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    Unhappy Re: 55 lb Monster Pike

    The picture of the Pike eating a pike is actually on youtube. I saw it the other day while watching bass feeding videos, and fish eating fish. "Dont believe anything that someone tells you, and only half of what you see".

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    Re: 55 lb Monster Pike

    by golly they may be two different fish.I believe they have different birthmarks upon close observation.Well i guess if we can believe only 1\2 of what we hear or see there is a 50 50 chance of being the same fish.

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