BLEEPING big fish!!!! NSFW angling in the Northwest Territories

"Look at that !!#$%&!! big fish!" 

Sorry mom. This video is a little sweary. It's definitely NSFW. But you've gotta admit, that is one huge bleeping trout. I'm mean, look at the size of that bleeper. Right?!! Bleeping bleep!

Oh, and our favourite part? At 1:45 the guy says, "This just made up for friggin' Alaska." That's right, fishing in the Northwest Territories is the bleeping best. 

 

 

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