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bigfish24

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bigfish24

anyone up for a fishing contest 5 dollars get you in the pot biggest gets the pot? laugh.gif

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King_Fisher

What lake and when?

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Big Jeff

looking for place and date? Sounds fun if I can make it

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PiKeGuY101

Sounds like fun, any specific species? Name the date and lake and I should be able to make it...

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bgreen82

that could be cool. if there are enough guys we could make it a prize for largest of each species, even if its only winning like $5 back.

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bigfish24

im not sure yet but think shakopee area in about a week or so need to talk to a couple more people about this but its going to happen soon. cant weight to do been tring for a couples years so this is the year contest and if all goes good and everybody cool we will keep doing this. cool.gif

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bigfish24

hey guys lets do this after christmas frist weekend of jan 5th or 6th just let me know what works better for eveyone.

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tip_upclyma

As long at is a Saturday or Sunday...I WANT IN!!!!! Sounds like fun. Someone needs to grabs the reigns with this idea and just post it...otherwise it is just guys talking...lol jk wink wink ...and whatever other silly crap you can think!

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MuleShack

Theres already plans for a metro get together on Prior lake for Sunday 1/6. You could always check interest with that group to have a friendly competition grin.gif

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DonBo

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Theres already plans for a metro get together on Prior lake for Sunday 1/6. You could always check interest with that group to have a friendly competition
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Great idea! Would someone start a new thread on the Prior Lake Get Together please? grin.gif

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bigfish24

well then we can do it weekend after.

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