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Great Write-up Cheffrey!!!

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Cheffrey,

I just finished reading the write-up about you in the Living North Magazine. It was another Great article Tom and not a bad fish in the photo either. It was a very positive article for the north shore and our area in general.

If others would like to see the article I received it with our Saturday paper delivery but I also believe they can be picked up in some local shops or grocery stores.

Keep up the great work!!!

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Thanks Thomas, I just came accross it on my desk this am. I am pretty happy with the way it turned out.

Here is the link to Living North Magazine

Living North Magazine

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Nice article Tom. I like the Wrapala thats funny.

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Great article Tom! Much better pic than the infamous pinky pic. wink.gif

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Nice! Congrats Man!

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Nice article Tom, so that's what you meant when you said you "working" a couple of weeks ago...........must be nice to be the boss! grin.gif

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Yep - good article.

I ran across it yesterday about an hour after telling my wife about your trip to Michigan, just to get her pumped up for our trip later this week. She wants to try your recipe. I told her we should find a babysitter for the 4 kids and come see you prepare it in person.

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Yup, I got to say to the wife - "I know that guy".

Good to see the local guys get in there!

B2

P.S. Thanks for the recipe! tongue.gif

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Cheffrey, nice article! I realy liked the recipes you gave for the fish. I am kinda wondering, do you use a regular cedar plank or could a guy use split cedar like they use for shingles? I know the smaller edge might burn but do you actually cut cedar 1by sixes and use them? Are there things you should steer away from with regards to cedar? I know, don't use the treated stuff but was wondering about recomendations. I sent you and e-mail of the fish we caught on Friday morning when we were out but I don't know if you openened it because of it being an unfamiliar e-mail. It was nice meeting up with you in Algoma, wish I coulda spent some time picking your brain a bit about superior but I know, a guy has to have his secrets. I'm taking my dad out in a couple weeks and hope to hit it again in September if time permits and time off and money and well, you know the rest. Liked the paint job on the boat, definately sets you apart from the rest of us. It was one reason I took the walk over to introduce myself, I recognized the boat. The way yu catch fish you might want to camo that baby over the winter or people will be following you around! Keep up the great posts! I'll look you up as I plan to hit superior in the winter months and the early spring, time and money willing. Your little one looks like a peach, I have three at home 7,5 & 3 so my fishing time can be a bit limited. Take care, nice article!

Tunrevir~ cool.gif

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tunrevir,

As long as they are not painted or treated you should be fine using those boards. We get kiln dried boards that are simply 4x7" cedar planks, other than being uniform they are not much different than what you would use for shingles. Give it a try.

Also got your pictures, very nice!

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Very nice article Tom.

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