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Deitz Dittrich

Podcast #34 Spearfishing chat W/Jason Schade

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Ice is near… one thing I know little about, but would like to know more of is Spearfishing. Today we talk to Jason(Bass N Spear) about the nearing spearing season. Jason, great job giving up the tips!!! It was very fun to talk to you!

http://hotspotoutdoors.com/podcast/hsopodcast110407.mp3

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Sounded really good! I hope everyone gets a good mental image of what a day sitting on the ice is all about....Shut the door, adjust your eyes and let the underwater theater begin! Can't wait for first ice.

Great job JS and DD.

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Good Work!!! There is a lot of information in that podcast that i needed to listen to it twice to make sure i got it all. I'm looking forward to the up and coming spearing season. It will be nice to have a spearing forum and be able to talk about ANYTHING spearing. Good Work Jason but next time try to keep all our secrets….Secret!! J/K smile.gifcool.gifsmirk.gif

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Thanks guys. It was a good time with a good friend of mine...Dietz.

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POD CAST WAS AWESOME....

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thanks man. Its always a great time to talk about somethign that you have a passion for.

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