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Now this is a billboard I fully support and can get behind. Meet Troy, a Minnesota man who apparently sucks at fishing. His fishing buddies say Troy has been "less than successful" on recent trips, and they really felt the need to purchase a billboard to make sure Troy — and the whole town they live in — knows that Troy sucks at fishing.

It even gives an email where you can email Troy and do some trash-talking, if you would like. David Vee tells the Duluth News Tribune (quote via Minnesota Public Radio) that he paid $300 for the digital billboard and it lasted five days. Troy was a good sport about it, but Vee and their fishing group anticipate some kind of revenge, especially now that it has gone viral.

The email address is troysucks2@gmail.com and dozens of emails with tips and insults have come in.

"He's a fine fisherman," Vee admits to the newspaper. "I won't tell him that to his face, but he's a fine fisherman and he knows how to catch a fish and all that stuff, but just if there's bad luck on the boat or in the fish house, Troy's got it."

PICS: See Inside the Historic Texas Ranch Where the New 'Yellowstone: 6666' Spinoff Is Filmed

The massive, historic Texas ranch where the new Yellowstone spinoff Yellowstone: 6666 is filming has sold for just under $200 million, and pictures show a property that is truly part of Texas history.

The 6666 Ranch — better-known as the Four Sixes Ranch — in Guthrie, Texas, dates back to 1870. The ranch centers around a 13-bedroom, 13-bathroom, 13,280-square-foot main residence, which is constructed of quarry rock that was hauled to Guthrie by wagon. The ranch also includes vast, sweeping fenced pastures, farmland, fenced-in pens for cattle, a more recent addition for horses, a water filtration plant that serves the ranch's water needs and more.

There are separate camp manager's homes in both the North Camp and the South Camp of the ranch, which encompasses nearly 225 square miles of land. Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan is part of a group of investors who recently acquired the property for $192 million, and he has been shooting his new show out there in recent months.