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GEM kids camp report 7/9-13 pics

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Hello FM rs just got back from our second camp up north!

Fishin was excellent even with all the cold fronts, the Largemouth bass and northern pike were eager to please! the . fish were caught on plastics, spinnerbaits and poppers too.

The Lord provided another great outing!

Darius got his first ever pike and bass

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twin larrys

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Luke with his biggest bass, close to 4 pounds

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more doubs

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more bass action

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Pike action

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More pics...

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wilsonnicebass.jpg

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Great work! Looks like a lot of happy kids there! smile.gif

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Great pics Mr Thompson. Keep up the good work! cool.gif

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Great smiles Michael! great job! When is it my turn to run the motor? cool.gif

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Those smiles made me smile....thanks

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Good stuff Mike! Thanks for sharing buddy.

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WOW! That is awesome! The smiles tell it all.

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The kids had to have had a good time with all the action they were getting! Those were some nice largemouth & pike. Thanks for sharing! cool.gif

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Mike

This is a great service you are doing for these kids to have a chance to go fishing.

Way to go. cool.gifcool.gifcool.gifcool.gif

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Great to see kids enjoyin the outdoors!

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Thanks for the kind words guys! smile.gif

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