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Campy90

Leaving on Friday for Cass!!!!!!!!!

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Just checking how the fishing has been lately(Walleye, Perch, Musky, Pike)...looks like a warm week next week. Anyone havin any luck??

Coming from South Bend, IN and boy ive been waiting for this trip for about 6 months. Havent been on a fishing trip for about 10 years. Went through high school and college and just didnt have the time at all. Really lookin forward to it!

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Hey Campy... good luck on the trip. Hope the fish treat you well. I know what you're saying missing trips up there. Missed two trips in the last 24 years. Once for school, and once for my wedding. Vowed never to let either of those get in the way of a Cass fishing trip again!! grin.gif

Post a report when you get back.

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Campy,

Where are you staying? You will have a great time and I hope the fishing is great since we will be there the same week. Good Luck and have fun!!

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Were stayin at Break on the Lake...what about you?

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