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Priest Lake mackinaw gives fisherman the finger


His bare hands seemingly impervious to the wintry cold, Seth Burrill of Otis Orchards, host for the Angler's Xperience TV fishing show, nets one of a couple dozen mackinaw he caught recently while light-tackle fishing in shallow water at Priest Lake.
 (Photo by RICH LANDERS / The Spokesman-Review)
His bare hands seemingly impervious to the wintry cold, Seth Burrill of Otis Orchards, host for the Angler's Xperience TV fishing show, nets one of a couple dozen mackinaw he caught recently while light-tackle fishing in shallow water at Priest Lake. (Photo by RICH LANDERS / The Spokesman-Review)

FISHING -- Good fishermen always check the stomach contents of their fish to see what they've been eating, but few have had to drop the task at hand, go to the police and have the contents FINGER PRINTED to find out the source of the feed!

Read S-R reporter Scott Maben's story from Priest Lake, Idaho.




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