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Deitz Dittrich

Podcast 19 Deitz and Joels Excellent Adventure

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http://hotspotoutdoors.com/podcast/hsopodcast070807.mp3

What a great fishing trip! This podcast will be somewhat a audio blog or journal. Joel Nelson and I cut across the state of Minnesota, fishing for a multitude of species.

Thanks a ton Brandon, Jonny and Frank for the time you shared with us. Great time!

Some phots from the trip!

Joel Nelson with a 40" Upper Red Lake Pike Caught with Jonny P of http://www.outdoorswithjonnyp.com/

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The release, still in the Upper Red if you want to catch it.

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Jonny P with his monster pushing 45"... yowzers!

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My trophy fish.. LOL

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Joel and Frank (Surface Tension) Working Superior.

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Boards doing thier work on the big pond.

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Nice fish gentlemen!

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Good ones, boys. I believe Frank is actually not working Superior, but is working at crumpling a beverage can. Well, that's work, too, after a fashion. grin.gif

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Good job Boy's sounds like you had a great trip smirk.gif

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Man what a trip, maybe you could open this up as a grad credit class for teachers? I don't need the credits, but I would gladly sign up for this trip as a graduate level class. In fact I could probably get 8-10 teachers to sign up for it..............

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STF:

Actually, I'm doing my best to look cool while driving, without messing up the board lines. Frank is cracking his knuckles to prepare for the tedious untangling job he was about to perform.

Seriously though, you folks in this forum have a truly knowledgeable outdoorsman at your disposal. Deitz and I learned a great deal from fishing and talking with Frank.

We had a number of releases we just didn't hook up on, and we lost a good fish. From the sounds of the radio traffic, we were doing better than everyone we heard from, thanks in no small part to Frank and his friend Lonnie's experience on the big pond.

Thanks for the great time!

Joel

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It was great to see Joel and Deizt again and pleasure to fish together. Lots of laughs and a good BS session the night before. Thanks for letting me a apart of your Excellent Adventure.

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