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made from oak and a real walleye............Troy Pike grin.gif135_35141.jpg

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Very interesting Troy.

Nice work!

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Well, I did get to see it before it was removed, and I thought it was pretty cool looking!

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A crappie might be a better choice of fish. laugh.gif

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You could market that up here and do well!! Between cabins and the hunting shacks.................. oh my. Crappie - absolutely. And how about burbot?? cool.gif

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Now I've seen everything! I can envision myself in a late night excursion grabbing some teeth. Hopefully wouldn't get gun shy with that eye starig at me. Ha! Yep here in cabin country you'd likely do well! Uffda you need one of those. By the way Uffda I still need to get my St.Croix with the bum tip eyelit to you.

RD

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