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Thank You Walleye Dan!

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I just want to thank Dan and Shelley Eigen for supporting Mike Crawford and I this year. We fished the PMTT events this summer and without the help of WalleyeDan and his wife Shelley we would not have been able to fish the trail. We had an awesome year! Thanks again Dan and Shelley you guys have been so great to us.

Jeff Andersen and Mike Crawford

P.S. Let me know when you want to go catch on of those hawg bellies on the pond smirk.gif

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Jeff/Bigtooth,

You are very welcome. Glad to hear you two placed so high, second place that is awesome. You might have been first if you would have pulled out the magic lure, or did you? Glad that we could help and I'm happy to help someone as first class as you.

See ya Bigtooth,

Walleyedan and Shelleye

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I did actually throw the lucky lure several times with no luck. I guess,"It wasn't too lucky in Kentucky!"

When are we going to play some Bingo?

Check this out: www.myspace.com/bigtoothtackle (A few of those slimmy fish)

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That is super cool! Really, really cool.

Walleyedan

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