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Outdoor gifts?

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Who else scored? My sweetie got me a Double Bull Matrix 360!!! grin.gif

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Recieved a new Go-Light for the boat for night fishing and boy is that a nice spotlight. Also recieved a new stereo and rod holders for the boat and numerous other items. Got the go ahead on a new Matthews bow also.

I also got the ok to go to Montana to do dome archery hunting next fall. Now, its back to fishing for the next 7 weekends.

You will love the DB blind.

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Okay have to pick on Harvey a little: Is dome archery hunting basically climate controlled game farm hunting? (I know it was just a typo.)

It was a good Christmas for me too, materially, as well as time spent with family & reason for the season too.

Got a new line counter reel & rod to try my hand at fishing leadcore next summer. Also got another portable (River's Edge Bigfoot), a set of 15' sticks to go with it, & some other needed incidentals (grunt calls, shells, lures, etc.).

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