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Reel in the Outdoors features Mike Trombly
« on: September 06, 2008, 01:11:26 AM »

We are fortunate to have a number of excellent Great Lakes anglers who visit here or are members. I was thinking tonight about my recent fun day on Lake St. Clair with Mike Trombly as I turned on The Outdoor Channel to see what might be on for some inspirational background and I immediately hear a familiar voice!

Why, that sounds like Mike Trombly. Hey, it looks like Mike too!?! Joe Thomas is fishing his Reel in the Outdoors show on the Detroit River and Mike Trombly is showing him around... and they're catching nice smallies. They even go on to catch some really nice largemouths on a chilly, blustery October day on the big river.

Way to go Mike! Anyone else see this episode of Reel in the Outdoors yet?
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