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Big Thank You At Forest Lake

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I was bringing my boat into the access at forest lake, as I prepared to load it onto my trailer another boat pulled up to the dock behind me. I was wearing shoes instead my normal sandles or boots, so I was having minor problems positioning my boat to the trailer. This guy without any questions asked jumped into the water and pulled my boat onto my trailer for me to pull up. I always read about the thoughtless or careless people that waste other people's time at launches, but this is a good story I thought I'd share. After I got my boat loaded we BS'd a little about fishing, he was a really nice guy. So if the guy with a blue chevy pickup and tan/cream crestliner is an FM'er I just want to say thank you for the help.

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Nice post. Just shows you that good ol' small town FL hospitality.

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