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browning_gold

My Spearhouse and Spear

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Here are some pictures of my Spearhouse and Spear.

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nice house. You wont miss with that spear.....I hope LOL cool.gifshocked.gif

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hey browning I just moved to gaylord.

would you be interested in gettin together sometime and go out spearin? i know some places to go but i just started last year and had some pretty good success. let me know

breakdown55336 @ hotmail.com

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i lived in glencoe for 25 years. Just moved to chan, i will be back in the area 9th to go out spearing. If you all want to join me send me a email. Ill be around.

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Yea i think browning and i are planning on goin up to the brainerd area on the weekend of the 8th and see if we can't stab any of them big norskis up in that area

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I will have to drag my spears out and get some pictures posted, I think I am 6 of them now, the wife even let me have one on the dining room wall grin.gifgrin.gif I have it next to the kouba picture with a set of tongs and some decoys.

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thats awesome. I would be very suprised if my finace would let me do something like that. LOL

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My 8 year old asked if we could go spearing, I had him out one time when he was 4 and I told him that I would not take him back out until he was 10 but since he brought it up I said heck yes we will take one of the houses out this year forsure. laugh.gif

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I know what you mean BnS, the Mrs. won't let me get my turkey fan up from last spring. I guess it would make us a redneck trailer trash type.

Better than those Chanhassan cake eaters, right wink.gifgrin.gif

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you got it man.

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I must be lucky them because my wife let me put up my kouba and a spear and some decoys over the fire place when we moved a few years back. Was out on some ice today that's close to 7 inches, but the water is still dirty

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you guys must be all up north if your having 5-7 inches of ice

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