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Scoot

My newest fishing buddy

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Scoot

Morgan Rae- born Sep. 2nd. Can't wait to catch her first sunfish with her.

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ocf1

Congrats, looks like a future fisherman to out fish her dad.

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cliffy

Congrats.....I am sure there are many good times to come.

Cliffy.

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Grant Pearson

Congrats.... I'm expecting a new fishing buddy Between November 6th and 13th!!! After hearing the due date, I found a HUGE dilemma that I have yet to figure out!!! Do I dare go deer hunting that week, or do I sit at home wishing I was deer hunting? If I went I'd only be about an hour away, and would have my phone on vibrate. What to do, what to do!?!?!?!?

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snoozebutton

Congrats Scoot!!! Just celebrated my grandson's 7th birthday yesterday. He bugs me every day to take him fishing. Some great times with him out in the boat!!!

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Lisa Almquist

Hey Scoot-What a beautiful family-you look like such a proud daddy and you have every right to be-Congrats!

Lisa

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papabear

Congrats to both of you.

I had same dilema several years ago. She took care of it for me by deciding at 5 that morning to go into labor before I could even head to the woods.But now i have a smart young partner who loves to walk through the woods every chance she gets. You two I hope have many happy adventures with your little tykes.

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zachp

Congratulations with the birth of Morgan. She looks so beautiful and Ryan also looks adorable. We just wanted to send out our congratulations and best wishes. Love, Kristen and Zachary

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Powerstroke

Congratulations Scoot!!! A beautiful family. Looks like you'll have some help raising that little girl to love the outdoors.

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Anylakeanytime

Congrats!!! It's been a while since I have seen your "mini-me." Poor kid tongue.gif Hope all goes well with the new addition.

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Sandmannd

Congrats, you have a great looking family.

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Scoot

Thanks everyone (particularly Krog and Ben). Just got home today. The reality of poopy diapers, crying, and sleepless nights will set in soon. As for now... I'm still lovin' it!

I'm sure I'll have many a late night post in the next month or two...

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Slyster

Congrats! Get her out fishing before the snow flies!

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