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    with another fisherman. Standing in the creek fishing this pool when this mink comes swimming across this afternoon. Fumbled with the gear to get the camera out and got one shot before it hit the other side. Very cool! No doubt a way better fisherman than myself. 90's and humid again today and the smallies were not cooperative. Only one caught was about the same size as the bait. One final cast to a shady spot right up against the bank under a tree and that line straightened out. Nice size rainbow to finish up.Name:  DSC02076.jpg
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    Cute little critter.
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    Glad you got a pic. Used to see them some on woods and Tim’s in middle TN. Very cool to just watch them do mink stuff. Thanks for the share.
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    Nice fish. I used to fish the Cordell Hull tailrace in the summer from the bank. The rocks held literally 100s of mink. I would catch a fish and just toss it about 5 feet from me. They would come and get it. They got so used to me that when I would catch a fish they would scamper almost within reach of me to get it. One thing about em though, they had a pretty strong smell.

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    Nice creek and fish .
    Beats a skunk .
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    Very pretty spot, moon, and that lay down looked like a prime spot for sure!
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    skinny skunks with the ability to swim like an otter , cool critters for sure , nice photo and read
    that rainbow was fun I bet ....
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    Beautiful trout p, thanks for sharing
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