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Can it get any better than this?

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Was up in that area this weekend... Caught a limit of walleyes and also got a MONSTER BUCK...

SOrry, no pictures because i don't want the public to see me.

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I call shinanigans! Let's see the pics!!!

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Nobody is watching Americas most wanted now. Waterfowl,small game, archery deer, and the fish are biting. Just cover up the tatoos and show the buck.

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we want to see the buck not you!! grin.gif let's see the brute!!

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This is me still waiting for pics.......

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Funny you should ask, I've got a song for you by Brad Paisley called Better than this. Here are the lyrics.

That sleepy little campfire popped and kinda crackled

we were heatin up the pork and beans

Bubba said "man it don’t get any better than this

if you know what I mean"

We sat there for a minute listening to the crickets

thinkin this is pretty hard to beat

til Junior stood up, spit in the fire

and said "boys I hate to disagree"

But if a bus load of women, really good looking women,

just suddenly pulled in here

and ol joe t garcia showed up with fajitas and a 100 gallon keg of beer

Haggard dropped by and brought Willie with him

and they started takin requests

well don’t get me wrong boys this is pretty good

but it could get better than this

Bill dance and Hank parker floated by in a boat

and volunteered to be our fishin guides

and richard petty pulled up in the old ’43 car

and asked us if we wanted a ride

we’d all sit around singin poncho and lefty playing poker and smoking big cigars

now don’t take offense y’all Im perfectly content

just sittin here under the stars

But if a bus load of women, really good lookin women,

just suddenly pulled in here

and Old Emril Legasi showed up with kielbasa

and a 100 gallon keg of beer

if Haggard dropped by and brought willie with him

and they started takin requests

don’t get me wrong boys this is pretty good

but it could get better than this

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