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Cliff Wagenbach

Last day on open water today!

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I pulled my boat for the season this evening. frown.gif

Time to get ready for deer season and then the hard water season! laugh.gif

Cliff

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Cliff, sorry to hear you had to end the open water season, time certainly does fly by. At least you have the luxury of fishing out of the Taj Mahal this winter.

I may stop by later on Saturday, maybe pop a top or two. I will again be by myself.

Later Darrell.

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Darrell,

Hope to see you on Sat.!

Stop in for supper if you want.

Cliff

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