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SCOFIELD MONSTER *UPDATE!!!!!!!!!!
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DNR CONGRADULATED HIM! 32 3/4 LONG, 20 3/4 GIRTH, 18.3 LBS. ITS ALL DONE LIKE A GOOD MOVEMENT, ALL DONE BUT THE PAPER WORK!
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#2
................ . . . . . . . .WOW!
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#3
Amazing fish... too bad she is not more colorful but still, amazing fish.

I think that lake could produce the next world record... this fish is only a few lbs off.
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#4
That's a straight up HOG!!!! Congrats!!!!
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#5
Beautiful fish! Is that a tiger trout?
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#6
YES, NEW TIGER TROUT STATE RECORD!
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#7
Yet another trophy coming out of Scofield.

There are some monsters in there (you beat mine pictured in my avatar by 2". )

Awesome, awesome fish
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#8
Congrats! Oink Oink...
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#9
Nice fish! Who caught it and can we use the pictures for a post on the Utah State Parks Facebook page?

Thanks,
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#10
Makes you wonder just how many humongous tigers there are in that lake. Would be a shame to see them poison it I think... If it keeps up the next world record could come from there, how many lakes can you say that about in Utah?[Wink]
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#11
The previous state record, as I recall, was from last February, same lake.

Scofield is a lot of dinks and a few real monsters.

That makes it unique and I really like it.
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#12
When was this monster caught? Does anyone one know what he was using and are you willing to share?

Dang nice fish, how fun would that be to catch on the ice!
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#13
[shocked] WOW thats a monster for sure Congratulations
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#14
I heard he was using skittles in 3 ft of water!!!
Dang that's a nice fish!!!!!
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#15
NOPE SWEET TARTS[Wink]
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#16
Awesome Fish!
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CHRIS NILSON, LIVES IN PAYSON, YES YOU CAN USE THE PICS FOR THE STATE PARKS WEB SITE,[fishin]
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