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glenn57

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the northern forums are pretty quiet lately. everyone to busy working or hunting and/or fishing?

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been busy up here like fall always is hunting season working and fishing. nobody is asking much about up here

Jason

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agreed jason, 12 hour days including saturdays leave little time to hunt, fish, or answer posts.

times are tough all over, including up nort.

much of my extra time is spent trying to make an extra buck for this winter.

I dont even remember the last time I went out fishing.

this will all change soon enough.

I will have lots of time and very little moolah.

funny, I do find the means to get out on the ice, even if it means sticking close to home.

I will have some positive reports in about 3-4 weeks?

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