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Yo Steve. Sorry I did not make it out that night was all set until the wife asked it I wanted to stop and have a couple of drinks. Well lets see when you hit 60 years old, and the wife wants to have drinks or try for some nasty looking fish (your time will come) what would you do???????>>later the load

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I would fish. Load you know me.

I can drink on the ice if I want and my wife wont drink with me. She says even after the drinks Im still as ugly as a Pout. wink.gif

No biggy man.

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Steve would you please let me know when the pout are running. I would not mind running up there and doing some potting with you since I got the winter off since we lost my sisterYou still got my email adress

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