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Hey Aaron, how goes things young sir? Spose your back down at college and on the ice already, LOL!

Dawns on me I have pictures on my puter of 3 XL Walleyes that you are holding from our summer trolling trip. Shoot me an e to fiskyknut at yahoo and I will get them out to you.

Good luck on the ice this season.....Rink ice and lake ice!!!

Norm

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Thanks again for taking me out! Glad to finally be out with the legend himself:) Hopefully we can do it again next summer, can't wait for those pics!

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fishingfrenzy, When you mentioned "The Legend" you were referring to me, right?LOL! grin.gif1DIRTBALL wink.gif

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Hey Aaron did you ever get those pics? My new digital is a pain compared to my old one when it comes to loading/sending pics so if you did'nt get them let me know eh.

Was hoping to hit the river with the legendary Dirtball today but I still have'nt heard back from the kid! I reckon he's still sleeping. I'm an afternoon till dark guy anyhow so I'm patient, and I already woke his wife this morning....Whoops!

Norm

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Yep, got the pictures and love them smile.gif Can't wait to hit the water with both of the legends again next year!

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