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mr d

any ice yet????

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4 months till good ice!!!! grin.gif

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good ice?

I guess I'm a little aerei of all ice.

But I still can't wait laugh.gif

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wow......MR D.

Chill out Man... grin.gif......I atleast like to enjoy the rest of Summer and Whole season of fall hunting/ fishing.....and you are getting started on Ice already BRRRRRRR confused.gif

You must be under too much stress.(taking crazy like this)let me take you fishing so you can enjoy the warm season more........

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3 months till good ice!!!!

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NEVER ANY GOOD ICE tongue.gif

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I've got really good ice!! It just happens to be in a glass with additives. shocked.gifsmile.gifcool.gif

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mr d, can i get my boat and some of my guns put away first? maybe see ya on a hard lake near new london real soon.

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Looks like Accu weather has lows in the 20 degree range starting next week!! grin.gif

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i have been trackin accuweather also.. hope it gets cold SOON!

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countdown 37 days till dec 1.

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Last year I was putting a new roof on my garage finished mid Dec.in flannel shirt.

Year before siding garage same weather!

2004 Installing new windows on house same circumstances Mid Dec. and flannel shirt.

Whats the outlook for our 90 day forcast?? I think the same as last few years!!

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i head up to the talmoon area spearing the first weekend of dec. only twice since 1976 have i not been able to get on the ice because of the lack of GOOD SAFE ICE. who knows this could be 3. hope not.

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Hey sparcebag,

Why don't you get your flannel shirt on and help me with my garage and the new Warehouse................hee.............hee

That will be mighty nice of you grin.gif

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smirk.gif one!!!!! grin.gif

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Hey sparcebag,

Why don't you get your flannel shirt on and help me with my garage and the new Warehouse................hee.............hee

That will be mighty nice of you
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Sure J but whats for lunch,dinner Ya and what ya got to drink?What time,Where? Do ya PAY GOOD?? tongue.gif

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No problem Sparcebag,

For lunch and dinner I'm sure we can grill some dead fatheads and suckers whatever is avialable, for drinking there is plenty of minnow water iin the tanks (full of flavour just like Mineral water I think) and as far as pay, I suppose all the dead minnows you want...........sound fair enough 'buddy O' pal' ..............hee...........hee grin.gif

Boy, it did took you while to reply, must be busy catching those little wallie on Diamond......

Later,

J.

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deep fried wax worms laugh.gif

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I'll be sure to show up extra early for that mealUMMMMM blush.gif

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oohhh yaaaa get the propaine ready. we are with in 1 month of ice. let it snow!!!! and then a monster cold snap.

snap crakel boommmmm,, grin.gif

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Ok, LETS get some ICE I don't like it. BUT I CAN LIVE WITH IT! Keep the fishing reports coming in. confused.gif

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