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Happy New Year

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Would like to wish all on Fishing Minnesota a Safe and Happy New Year.

Great Site!!!! Great People and Great Information!!!

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Right back at ya Jay. May 08 bring ya many of trips on the big lake and a cooler full of cold ones and a full stringer.

Say Hi to Chris and your better half from me and my better half. wink.gif

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Happy New Year Everyone.

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Happy new year every one and I hope you catch your first fish soon in 2008. I hope you all have a safe day and your next outing is fun and the fish are on the end of your line smirk.gif.

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Now that it is indeed the new year....

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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Happy New Year! I thought this was a good subject for my first post on the first day of the new year. Just recently discovered Fishing Minnesota. What a great site, enjoy reading everyones posts and am looking forward to the interesting and informative topics and maybe getting some tips on fishing in the Isabella area. Hope you have a great 2008!

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Hey, welcome Northwoodsdreamr. And you're right. This is a great site. Very helpful giving people. Happy New year to all my friends of F/M. BC

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Happy New Year Everybody!

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