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Hey, sorry about all the questions, but could you tell me what you used. I just bought the 2 you recomended. (Wal-Mart was between Pinewood & Big Thompson Ponds  :)) I'm going to PX tomarrow afternoon. I was just about to ask which pond also. Thanks 1eyered, I would have been looking all over for the tree in his picture  ;). The big onr is Heron, right? Thanks again. I'll post how I did.  I more question. (sorry). Are all the ponds artificial fly and lure only?
 

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Hello and howdy do.....

Went to Pella this morning. Fished from 6 to 8:30. Fished on Dragonfly and caught an 18" smallmouth on a two and a half inch yum craw rigged in the same fashion as a finess worm (hook setting with this rig sucks, but you sure get a sh*tload of bites). Pretty fat smallmouth, in fact, largest I ever caught. Snapped a picture with my handy disposable camera. Also caught two fat 12" to 13" yellow perch. Kept those for frying. Caught quite a few smaller yellow perch and threw em' back (Sorry, anti-perchers). Snapped pictures of those too. Sorry guys, I haven't yet picked up a digi cam yet.

Does anyone know what's the easiest way I can get my pictures posted once I develop them? Find someone with a scanner? I feel like I'm the only one in the stone ages because almost everyone at this site has digital cameras and I'm only using $5 disposable cameras... Well, I'll at least put the picture on the bragging boards at Sportsman's Warehouse. If anyone could help me out on some tips for puttin my pictures up on this forum (without a digi cam), I'll be thankful.
 

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Typically when you take your film (or disposable camera) in for development, as a processing option you can have them digitized and put on a CD. If they don't have a CD option, they'll digitize them and give you a way to retreive them online.

Going to Pella tomorrow myself. I'll let you know how it goes.
 

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1 eye red, I use the disposable cameras as well. I don't put my photos on a cd though. I get into my photo center and scan the pictures onto my computer. This only works if you have a scanner obviously, so if you don't the cd is the way to go.
 

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scottdog900 said:
Typically when you take your film (or disposable camera) in for development, as a processing option you can have them digitized and put on a CD. If they don't have a CD option, they'll digitize them and give you a way to retreive them online.

Going to Pella tomorrow myself. I'll let you know how it goes.
Hey thanks Scott!! I was hoping for an answer like that from someone. I now won't feel stupid asking the film development people when I go develop the film. Good luck to you tomorrow, bud.
 

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TroutFishingBear said:
1 eye red, I use the disposable cameras as well. I don't put my photos on a cd though. I get into my photo center and scan the pictures onto my computer. This only  works if you have a scanner obviously, so if you don't the cd is the way to go.
The pictures that you posted on the other thread looks pretty good. I don't know anyone with a scanner so I guess I'll have to go with the CD option.
 
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