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This young bird hitched a ride on a fishing boat last week and had to be gently brought to safety with the aid of a towel; a unique incident for a group of metro anglers. (Jason Durham / For the Enterprise)

Fishing isn't only about the 'catching'

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Some people dread the aching drone of an alarm clock, but to me it signals the beginning of a new journey and often times yet another story in the fishing guide annals.

I couldn't tell you the number of walleye over 26-inches that have come into my boat, how many muskies have shaken free from sharp treble hooks before a net could slide beneath their bellies or the top ten largest northern pike caught by guide clients.

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