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MESSAGE TO P. BAKKEN

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HEY F.W.P.,

WASN'T SURE YOU HAD HEARD THAT WE WON 700.00 GRAPH AT THE VERMILLION TOURNEY, YOUR X-15 IN THE FRONT & THE NEW 522 IGPS ON THE DASH WITH THE CHIP...BOY DO I LIKE THAT.

ANYWAY MY FAST FOOD DRIVER IS COMING OVER THERE(VERMILLION) THIS SATURDAY, MAYBE YOU CAN GIVE HIM SOME TIPS. HE WILL HAVE 11 KIDS WITH HIM...THINK HE'S NUTS.

SINCERELY,

FISHMEISTER

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Hey Dave...way to go...have him give me a call...you know all my numbers...I will finally make it up there on the 12th...staying at Dicks until the 15th...will have two boats...hope we can hook up...maybe some of phil's fish mix will make the trip as well...later and congrats again...phil

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