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The Cranker

Thank You Very Much To All FM'ers

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I just wanted to take the time to thank each and every FM'er for the support that you have given me over the past year.

I have met so many great people that this website has given me the opportunity to greet. I am am truely blessed! This website is a awesome tool that provides not only valuable information but also "Opportunities"! With that being said; I also want to thank Rick, Tom, Deitz, Pauly, and all the other FM Pro Staff members for their support.

I haven't been as active on the site over the past few weeks due to the changes I have been working out in my personal life. I have been offered and accepted another opportunity in the park model cabin business and will no longer be affiliated with Appeldoorn's Sunset Bay Resort & Park Model Sales. It has been a extremely difficult decision and has been very stressful on me, but, I will be still living in the Mille Lacss area and still trying to give you the accurate information on whats happening on and around Lake Mille Lacs.

I hope to stay in contact with all of you here that have become my friends. I want to thank the Appeldoorn's for everything that they did for me and wish them all the best with their resort. I also want to wish Paul Waldowski the very best too. Paul is a great guy and very hard worker and has brought allot to the Appeldoorn's. I hope you all continue to support the resort and Paul.

Thank you all again for everything and I hope to see you up here on Mille Lacs!

Fish On!!!

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Good Luck with your new opportunity! I am glad that this isn't goodbye, because I have enjoyed you sharing your updates and knowledge of the lake. We wish ya the best.

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Good luck with your new job Jim. Thanks for doing a great job to date with Fishing Minnesota.

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Congratulations on your new job. Change is never easy, but you've got to look out for number 1. It was great meeting you this winter and I look forward to hanging out again. After seeing the work you did for Appeldoorns I have no doubt you'll do well wherever you work.

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