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Down2Earth

Happy B-Day Sparcebag

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Just had to drop you a line you spring chicken.

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Thank You D2E! smile.gif

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Happy B-day Sparce! Conincidentally yesterday was my birthday also, and my "golden" to boot! My present to myself was spending the day fishing instead of at work!

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Thanks and the same to you! You been on Diamond latly? smile.gifcool.gif

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I didn't think you had BIRTHDAYS anymore. Just days off from work. See you this week end or before. grin.gif

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Not in a couple weeks but even then we didn't manage to do any fishing...just made it up for the day so we stuck to water sports. Hoping to try for the walleyes a bit this fall if we're up that way for ducks and the weather gets too nice...otherwise I'll be out there a couple weekends for the ice fishing. Might have to try for a 'yote again as well!

Have you made it out fishing at all? Any idea where to catch some sunnies out there?

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For sunnies Diamond is poor,their there but its hit and miss I go out lookin for em and maybe 2-3 times a summer I'll find em,ya cant leave cause they'll only bite a short time.I do catch the 1 pounders when I'm fishin eyes in the weeds,but no more than 2-3 then they go back, I like to eat the 8-9 inchers.

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