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FISH TALES: Eli Bush catches his first fish

Eli Bush, 3, caught his first fish with a daredevil hook on Tuesday, May 24, on Lake Marquette in Bemidji.

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Eli Bush, 3, holds up a northern pike he caught on May 24, 2022, on Lake Marquette in Bemidji.
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Eli Bush, 3, caught his first fish with a daredevil hook on Tuesday, May 24, on Lake Marquette in Bemidji.

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