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mike morris

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Fished in the area of one of your houses (maybe two) this week... I was going to talk to you (assuming that was your white Ford) but I didn't want to go near one of your houses to upset you.

How was the fishing for your renters? I'll trade you reports and give you the exact location I fished.

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You can either reply here or contact me at mike_dogg412@hotmail.com

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grin.gif Sorry Mike but we try to never move to a place where someone else has done well at or has been fishing at. There is too big of a chance of being caught in next weeks crowd that way. Best for us too just look for where no one is fishing and start drilling holes there until we find fish. Half the fun is looking for them. It's nice to be the first one on a good spot. Thanks for the offer tho. cool.gif

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