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I take pics when I'm up fishing with a digital camera and then transfer them to my laptop, but when I try and attachment them the forum, it indicates the picture is too large. Any of you tech savvy fishermen have a recommendation on how to shrink them or make them attachable.
 

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Let me help you. Some of these guy's on this forum can't even know how to post a picture. All they can do is make funny face's.... :mrgreen:

Right click your picture, when it say's 'edit' , click on that. A menu will show up at the top of the page...click on 'image', click on 'sketch and skew'......It will now show your pic is 100% wide and 100% tall. Reduce this size to 50%. See if that does it for you. If not, send me a pm...

Good luck !!
 

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Let's see if this works. It's a picture of my sons first Tiger (32 inch'r) up at Pineview in November. I know you shouldn't remove them from the water but this one was a photo op. It shot like a bullet out of his hands once back in the water.

Thanks .45!!!!! I had to take it down to 40%, but now understand.
 

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Glad it worked for you.... :)

Congrat's to your son !!! :)
Now we should be seeing more pic's with you're reports?? :wink:
 
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