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Terry Dodge

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About Terry Dodge

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    ISA Conservation Director
  • Birthday 12/15/1962

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    NW Region
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    - I Follow Jude

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  1. NW Region 3rd. Saturday Breakfast Meet

    Good time and nice to see everyone.
  2. photo test

    Looks like Tim Curry to me... .
  3. photo test

    It was a moose.
  4. photo test

    This Saturday at 9AM, Cherry Valley Cafe. Good food, smallmouth talk, and photo posting training class by Jude. See ya there.
  5. photo test

    SHhhhhh. Just let him be happy.
  6. Creeks and Friends

    That's some nice looking water you have there. You're a lucky man. Wish I had friends.
  7. We will meet at Cherry Valley cafe in Cherry Valley Illinois at 9:00AM on Dec. 16th. fun filling1.tif
  8. Bronzeback Newsletter

    Thank you!
  9. Bronzeback Newsletter

    The Bronzeback Newsletter January (Web-Only) Edition has been sent to your email accounts. Full color. Enjoy.
  10. Places to Store a Boat

  11. The Early Show - 11/12/17

    The Early Show was live. Check it out.... > https://www.facebook.com/pg/illinoissmallmouthalliance/videos/
  12. blowout donations

    I greatly appreciate the offer but I suggest you give the 3 books to Scott. Reading books, magazines, news papers and such is quite a struggle for me with my failing eyesight. Again, thanks.
  13. blowout donations

    Thank you!
  14. blowout donations

    Him ^
  15. Conservation Director's Note

    Thanks for pointing that out. I may go back and edit that info in. I thumb the smallmouth and hold it in the water, pull the tripod/camera out of my vest, set it on the bank at it's lowest setting, turn camera on/select timer/select 10 seconds, ready myself and my catch, camera ready light flashes 3-2-1, lift catch, camera triggers. It's a pretty fast operation. This is why it is important to know how to use your camera and settings. I don't even need to look at my camera while doing all of the mentioned above.