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jlnguyen74

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One of the last 2 known Aimapa Aimara that Wes brought in back early 2015. Very easy fish to move around. Other fish runs away from net. This one runs toward net

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Is Aimapa a local?
 

jlnguyen74

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Pic sucks and Googling "Aimapa Aimara" brings up nothing but "do you mean ???" so can you please provide some more info here?
Before making any judgment, perhaps you should take a good look at yourself in a good working mirror. You’re on MFK and you “Googling” information regarding a Monster Fish? Why don’t you use the search engine on MFK, b0y?
 

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Come on man! The poster was only asking for a better photo lol.
 

jlnguyen74

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Come on man! The poster was only asking for a better photo lol.
He asked for more info lol. I don’t understand why folks still “googling “ for info on monster fish, instead of using the search engine on MFK.com.
 
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Better photos would be appreciated because I can't make out a thing about this fish.
And no need to be snide, the MFK search does not exactly bring up much either.
 
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