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Christmas wishes!!!

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I have been thinking of my list for x-mas. Maybe if I make one out this year something will come my way. What are the three things you guys want under the tree this year for the icehouse or whatever outdoor activity you favor? I guess my list starts like this. 1.. new snow plow for the wheeler. 2.. One of those little generators for the fishouse. 3.. I'll think of something, Let's hear your guys ideas, Be careful, first time out so take it slow and be prepared and don't go alone! Have a plan and be ready for the unexpected, Great fishing to everyone!! grin.gif

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I`m already fishin, so if all goes good and a little loven from my honey at home i have all i want for Xmas. cool.giftongue.gif

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