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slab slayer

BIG THANK YOU!!

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I want to give a huge thank you to Mr. Tom and Mr. Bret for giving me some leads on where to take two boys fishing! I asked for some help way back in the beginning of Aug. for some help and they helped me out! We werent able to finally go until yesterday. I had a little guy that wanted to test my patience with his behavior! Little SH** almost wore me down! But anyhow, we were able to go yesterday, and had great luck with the crappies. Took the boys out, with Grandpa and my brother coming along as well. For the first time ever it worked out for all of us to have the same free time!

Did we ever have a blast! The fish were hungry, the weather was gorgeous, and the company was just as good! After a while the boys had had enough with the fishing and needed to get wet. They were swimming and we were still catching fish!

So thank you, thank you, THANK YOU to Tom and Bret! Yesterday was a day on the lake to surely stick with me for a long time!

Ben

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