Friday, September 19, 2008

Now that's a FISH!!

First order of business:
It's PHRYDAY's Fhoto Phiesta over at Candid Carrie's and be sure to say Hi to all of her great bloggers and look at their Phun Foto's they've posted!!

Second order of business:
My brother and sister-in-law are avid Fisherman-woman fishing people. They drove five hours up to the Minnesota/Canadian border on this trip. Here is a picture of Kathy's prize catch for the week, a 40" Northern. What a beauty Kath! Great Job!!




If interested in some fine fishing in Minnesota go check out the
Moose Horn Resort


HAPPY FRIDAY!!
- Jennifer

17 comments:

Candid Carrie said...

Thanks for playing again ;)

Lauren said...

WOW. That must have been some struggle.

oº˚ Queen Bee ˚ºo said...

That would of been so much fun! I love to fish. Much Love and Thanks for sharing.

Tabi said...

Wow! That is some serious love of fishing to go five hours away for it! :P My hubby would love if we did that! I would be bored to tears!

Jennifer said...

Woah! That's huge!!

Lori said...

Yikes! I'd have a heart attack if I was swimming in the lake and saw one of those!

Jo-Jo said...

Now that is a true fish story!

~~tonya~~ said...

Great picture!! TFS.

Mama Dawg said...

Look at that FISH! He's HUGE!

And, yes, you can link to my post about my baby squirrel, Jesse. Not a prob!

Susie said...

If that is the one she caught, I can't image the fish story of the one that got away:-)

Two blessings from above said...

I will have to check out Moose Horn Resort my boys love to fish and would love to catch a fish like that.

Weeksie50 said...

Wowza. Thats a big one..

American in Norway said...

HUGE! I don't think I could even hold it... I am kind of a sissy... Super picture!

Rhea said...

Holy carp!

hehe

That's freakin' huge.

Hot Tub Lizzy said...

That's a beautiful fish!!! Growing up on Lake of the Woods in the summer I got to experience some DANG good fishing including the catch of a 38 inch muskie by my dad (yeah, I didn't spell muskie right... I know)

Northerns are SUCH good eating.. mmmmmm

Dr Zibbs said...

That fish is called a "northern"?

Jennifer and Sandi said...

WHATEVER!!!! Hell, down here in Texas, we catch fish like that all day!!!!!!!!!!! NOT!

That's awesome!

~Sandi~