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Darrylinn Cummings may not seem excited to hold this Long Lake walleye that she caught last week, but judging by her screaming, her son and boyfriend agreed that she was truly joyful. Appropriately holding fish can sometimes become a daunting task, just ask Darrylinn. (Jason Durham / For the Enterprise)

Holding fish for photo is a delicate endeavor

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Years ago, it was common for people to bring their fish into local bait shops to have it weighed and have a picture taken.

Often times those fish were on stringers and releasing them after such a journey was unmanageable.

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Today it's fairly rare to see many fish photos hanging in the bait shops from people who brought their fish in for a picture.

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