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Hey Dave, it was nice meeting you and getting out and doing some fishing with you and Mark. Would have been nice if the rain would have held off for a while, but what the hey that's fishing, at least the fish were biting cool.gif I gotta have Mark break some equipment in the future so I can get up there to fix it grin.gif

Later,

Scott

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HI SCOTT,

I ENJOYED FISHING WITH YOU & MARK. I SEE AFTER THE NUMBER OF POSTS YOU HAVE, THIS ISN'T YOUR FIRST TIME ON FM.

THE SPOT WE FISHED CAN BE OUTSTANDING THIS TIME OF THE YEAR, SO YOU GOT TO SEE THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG. YOU FISH RAINY A FEW TIMES & YOU WILL FALL IN LOVE WITH THIS GREAT TREASURE. HOPE TO FISH WITH YOU AGAIN SCOTT.

SINCERELY,

FISHMEISTER

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Yeah, I have spent a few hours on the site over the years. Lotsa good people and info on this site. Yep Rainy is a beauty, just wish it wasn't such a trip to get there. But then there aren't any real good lakes that are really close to here either.

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