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polarsusd81

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Hey Dave,

Did you happen to find a pair of Rapala 5" needle nose pliers in your boat after the get together at appledorn's? I think I left it sitting on the platform in the back of the boat before we made the run accross the lake. If that was the case, they are surely on top of a mud flat somewhere. Just thought I would ask. I think I might have to buy another pair.

Tom

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Yes I did. I thought they got left in there by the guys I fished with the weekend before you. I fished with those guys again in October and they all denied owning the pliers, so I've been considering them mine grin.gif

How do you want me to get them back to you?

P.S. Stuff doesn't bounce out of my boat, it rides smooooooooth grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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I thought they might have got a jolt when we hit some of the bigger waves. I could meet up with you sometime, maybe come down your way. If you would like, you could give me a call tomorrow, my cell is 651.206.1340.

Thanks a ton.

Tom

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