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JustinG

Yo Wanderer!!!

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Are you still alive? I haven't heard from you in awhile. Still coming to Ely next weekend?

Justin

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Fishmaster!

I've still been checking the FM threads, just not throwing in too many opinions lately!! smirk.gif

Alot of changes have been in the works with me lately but I'm still coming up for the weekend. Pretty sure it'll still be Saturday night-Tuesday. I don't know what time I'll get out of work on Sat. But if its early enough, I'll swing by on my way through. Otherwise Sunday.

Hope the new rig has been treating you well! Make sure it won't sink if I actually do get to ride in it! laugh.gif

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Cool Man!

Give me a call- I will have some beer on hand! Glad to see your still around! grin.gif

Justin

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