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SmallieSweetie

Happy Holidays

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Hi Everyone! Just wanted to wish all of you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Thank you for making this forum so interesting and fun. smile.gif

Best of luck fishing to all through the holiday week!

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Likewise to you!!

Merry Christmas to everyone!!

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Happy holidays from the A$$**** See you guys in june. Make sure their is room at the bar.

crappie getter,

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Godt Nytt År (Happy New Year in Norwegian) Go ahead and say it out-loud SmallieSweetie. grin.gif

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Crappie Getter

I still feel bad about that. Argh, I don't get men sometimes. hahaha

Anywho, you probably won't be seeing me out at Zorbaz next summer. I'll most likely be working in the cities. And when it comes to that other guy we both know...well let's just say on his accord, we don't hang anymore. I would recommend if you're coming up this way again to hit up the "Whitetail Tavern" It's the new "hot spot" around here. Basically becuase the prices are far cheaper. $1.00 tap nights. Not to bad. Usually get's hopping around 9-10ish. Check it out...definitley the Northwoods experience.

Happy New Years!

Navigator

I'm afraid I don't speak Norwegian....however it's very fitting for this area. Hope your holidays are going well.

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wheres the whitetail tavern?

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Highway 34 towards Nevis. Pretty much smack in the middle of nowhere off the righthand side of the road. It's part of the restuarant, "Velvet Antler". Keep in mind, if the Eagles Club in PR has a band, it'll be pretty deserted. Also, if you're going for some crazy atmosphere, then you probably won't like it. It's a simple, northwoods bar with a few games, pool table, and jukebox.

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S.S. where are you going to be working in the cities?? Maybe if your down in my neck of the woods. We could go out and catch some little brown piggies that your named after. Does Grey Goose come in $1.00 taps!!??

crappie getter,

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Sounds good to me. \:\) I'll keep ya posted. Things are sorta up in the air at the moment.

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