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Well all the guys are 'bla bla blaaahing' about the big fishes this guy catches. Ladies, ladies, here's what YOU want to know... this guy, this Jeremy Wade fella... truth be told he wouldn't be a 'good catch' but he sure as heck would be a GREAT 'catch and release' option. GOOOOD looking (in a 'weatherbeaten' way, but what the hay I likes 'em that way), kinda a fisherman who could be a blended mix of... hmmm... Tom Selleck circa 1995, Charles Bronson circa 1966 with a little Alby Mangels circa 1976 mixed in. Sure you can watch the River Monsters episodes for the scary big fishies, or you can just turn off the sound and watch them for JEREMY WADE. (Forget about him being a biology teacher, bla bla blaaah, he is the 'peasant woman's Bond, James Bond. sigh. Life is short and all the good guys are only available via flat- panel these days. (But if you are into stalking, I don't see anything on here about him that says he's MARRIED, so what's the harm of going on a 'wilding' adventure, ne c'est pas?
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