Let's check in with Instagram fisherman Emily Riemer on this lovely Friday...







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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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TFH
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Riemer? Don’t mind if I do!
Reply6 months
Dem bigs
Reply6 months
they all fall under the same category....instaHOES!!!
Reply6 months
That Mahi though
Reply6 months
This toxic femininity is offensive to me. Now I have to have lustful thoughts when I just wanted to see some nice fish. Toxic femininity is a serious problem in society.
Reply6 months
Did she finish out the day with a round of golf?
Reply6 months
If she stands next to a jet wearing a bikini does she become a fighter pilot?
Reply6 months
She can lure my Trouser Trout anyday.
Reply6 months
Something smells fishy here.
Reply6 months
Chuuu, I’d need that scuba gear too cuz when I go down no telling when I’m coming up!
Reply6 months
Now that is someone I can get behind
Reply6 months
I appreciate that she has built in flotation devices in case that boat sinks
Reply6 months
She’s smart to cover that face in her pictures
Reply6 months
She should cover those feet, don’t want to see her evolution toes.
6 months
Great Attentiongram niche is find a typically male sport, get fake boobs...it is like putting corn out for deer.
Reply6 months
I didn't see any fish.
Reply6 months
Fake, Fake, Fake, Fake fisher woman.
Reply6 months
Yea she looks good but those fake tits are over the top
Reply6 months
Dat big arse ain't.
6 months
Her fake tits looks ridiculously stupid.
Reply6 months
And every single one of the posters here trying to sound cool by commenting negatively about her cans would give their left but if they could motorboat this chick.
6 months
You are absolutely right SoFla and I’m guilty of it also but if you’re gonna be an Instagram model and want to make a living off your looks.... then comments good and bad are a part of it
6 months
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