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fishn4kids    0
fishn4kids

I'm ready to take you up on the offer of beating up some fish. I've got all afternoon and the evening on saturday and sunday. Give me a call tomorrow. I have lost all my contacts due to the fact i left my cell phone in the truck on a hot day. My number is 605-212-2973. I get off work at 3pm. I don't know how the fishing will be due the cold front that is suppose to be hitting us this week. Let me know.

Duane

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Waters    0
Waters

I will be around on sunday saturday im going up to game fair I have been doing really well on bass ice-man and I have been getting alot of 20+ inch fish this year and a few over 23 the pan fish still been going good on most lakes but I cant find any eyes lol but we will get some fish sunday I will give you a call tomorrow night

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Team Otter    0
Team Otter

Careful. He's just not the same without an auger in his hand. He may be starting to get withdrawals. grin.gif

Good luck guys!

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fishn4kids    0
fishn4kids

Sounds good. I'll have to get a babysitter that afternoon. But it should workout ok. Gonna go out tomorrow with the kids. Talk to you tomorrow night.

Duane

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Waters    0
Waters

Im ready for waterfowl season lol Im only fishing 2 more bass tournments this year then im duck and goose hunting till the lakes ice over

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fishn4kids    0
fishn4kids

I think you need someone too teach you how to shoot those waterfowl. Keep me in mind. I did a lot of it growing up. Remember we are from the same area(the heart of the central flyway for ducks and geese).

Duane

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Team Otter    0
Team Otter

Honk, honk and quack, quack. smirk.gif

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ice-man/vexilar-king    0
ice-man/vexilar-king

Its time for the Benelli/Pattern Master to get some time out side of the house, But TO has one heck of an idea to get ready to drill some holes. Someone has to supply oxygen to the lakes now that most of the weeds have been killed off.

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ice-man/vexilar-king    0
ice-man/vexilar-king

T.O. Perhaps we will have to get together early ice on a local lake and get some drilling out of our system. (I Can't wait to throw the FL20 down the hole again) If We could only get bands fishing like we do on those Sky Carp.

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Team Otter    0
Team Otter

Early ice, you say? Put me down. smirk.gif

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crappieflop1012    0
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Hmmm early ice yup I be there... game fair, sunday fishing, I dont even know where to begin looks like I got a busy weekend afterall...

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Team Otter    0
Team Otter

Some of us have to work. grin.gif

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efgh

WORK IS A DIRTY 4 LETTER WORD. Us old retired guys don;t like to hear it.

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Team Otter

It was dirty and wet today. Double bonus. smirk.gif

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