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What happens when you wear a Bass Pro Shop T -Shirt


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By Ray - Posted on 05 April 2010

Who says fish can't read. See what happened when John's wife Hope wore her Bass Pro Shop T-shirt.
Should have crappiei report for the day later this evening.

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A good net man is always a necessity to land a carp like that. Keep up the good work John.LOL

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Knowing John she's lucky he didn't make her change shirts before getting in the boat...lol
Man that ole green carp had some big eyes. Hope will have a hard time getting that green carp smell of her hands.

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