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JLIT will be mobile this year

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After many years of stationary fishing on LOW, we will finally be mobile this year. My fishing partner finally broke down and cut the check on a smowmobile. Now when the fish arent biting we will be able to pack up and move more than 50 yards away. It sucked always having to pack everything into the pickup or borrow a buddys snowmobile to move. We are heading up on the 21st and I havent been this excited in years. My partner has been puking since thanksgiving, so it will be nice to finally get out on the ice. We are hoping to catch a lot of fish and get juusst looose in the process crazy.gif.

"Good fishing, and don't forget the gaff!"

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besides your parner being sick it sounds like your off to a good start.

give some reports when you get out.

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