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July 12, 2012


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Mike Niblick

I saw the turtle when I was a young boy fishing with friends at Felgers peat moss pit it was about the size of a Volkswagen beetle. My friends who were in the boat never saw it. I forgot all about the turtle when I hooked into a large mouth bass a few minutes later that was just an ounce and a half shy of the state record the fish was as long as I was tall I was a fifth grader at the time.

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