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Earl Beck on the left, George Ellis on the right hold their catch, 13 fish, on a string between them. Unidentified man on the far right. Various fishing poles are on the running board of the coupe behind them. Earl Beck is wearing waders.
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Robert Maloit with his father, Frank, and their catch taken from the Upper Homestake in 1932. There are 34 Native trout in the string, from 10 to 17.5 inches long and weighing 1/3 to 2 lbs. each. They were caught in a little more than 2 and a half hours. They dressed out the fish, packing them in fresh grass in two creels. It was an 8 mile hike to and from Gold Park, so the hike out carrying 15 lbs. of fish each, poles, and hip boots was demanding....
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Robert Maloit, kneeling in the yard with a string of trout taken on East Homestake Creek.
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Marker for: "Forster, Clint Ray, Jan. 29, 1978--Dec. 3, 1996," in the McCoy Cemetery. A mountain scene with aspens, elk, a lake and a fish is engraved on the marker.
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Trout and creel on the creekbank. Trout were caught by George Endicott and MacDonald Knight on Lake Creek. Verso: "43 trout caught by George Endicott and Don on Lake Creek in the 30's"
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Kelly Hart, holding fish while standing next to an automobile. Possibly fishing in Idaho. [Title supplied from catalog prepared by the Eagle County Historical Society.]
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MacDonald Knight holding his fishing pole and his catch, standing with his right foot on the running board of an automobile. Caption: "D. & his fish"
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Bill Schumm ice fishing on Deep Lake with Frank [H.F] Doll.
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Dessie Beck and two women, holding a line of fish they'd caught.
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Robert with an 18.5 in. Native trout that weighed just over 2.5 lbs. and appeared in a Denver Post newspaper spread. It was caught in the pool on Cross Creek which was created for water intake for Minturn's water supply.
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The old cabins at Deep Lake with the catch of the day in the snow [Bill Schumm and Mort Doll fishing trip].
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Clarence Smaller, in overalls with a cigarette in his mouth, holding two fish in a yard in Minturn, Colorado. A house with clothesline in use is in the background. The picture was taken August 14, 1949.
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Marker for: "Grandpa, Hugh T. Harris, Dec. 18, 1916--Dec. 22, 1997," in the McCoy Cemetery. A mountain scene with pines, clouds, cattle, a river and a fish is engraved on the marker.
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Duane Larsen holds his fishing pole and a fish. There is a fence and a chicken in the background.
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Figgins family members pose with a large fish. From left to right: Hester, "Daddy", George, and (?).
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Birdie Figgins holds a line of fish. This photograph was part of a Christmas card from "The Lufkin's".
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Duane Larsen poses with the day's catch. He is holding a fishing pole and there are several fish laid on a board in front of him.
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Hans Larsen poses with the day's catch. He is holding a fishing rod in one hand and there are several fish laid on a board in front of him.
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Marker for: "Forster, Clint Ray, Jan. 29, 1978--Dec. 3, 1996," in the McCoy Cemetery. A mountain scene with aspens, elk, a lake and a fish is engraved on the marker.
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Marker for: Beloved husband & father, Dwayne A. Norvell, Nov. 24, 1951--July 23, 1984, in Riverview Cemetery. The marker is engraved with a mountain scene featuring clouds, a river, a man fishing, fish, dogs, pine trees and a cross.