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whos lookin for someone to go fishing with????

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sold my nitro bass boat last spring and tired of fishing from shore a couple times a week. im a multi-spieces fisherman with enough equipment to fish anything. would definitly help out with gas or whatever...just wanna get out on the water!! any takers willing???? thanks,mike

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What part of town do you live in Mike.

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down by the river in brooklyn park... you?

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down by the river in brooklyn park... you?


you can also email me at bassfisher1974@yahoo.com.

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Blaine, I"ll let you know next time I'm going out.

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sounds good...thanks!

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Bassfisher,

We still need to get out. Caught a 20" 4lb. 12oz bass last weekend. Nothing really to speak of since.

I have the troller setup on the canoe.

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hey buddy, i changed my phone number. you can email me and i will give it to ya. my little raft just isnt cuttin it! and my usual shore spots have been terrible.

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