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Deitz Dittrich

Podcast 45 Burntside Bash Tips w/Steve Foss

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Good job guys!

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Going to download that to the wifes Ipod. Hopefully she will be slamming them next weekend.

Thanks as always for sharing, great job!

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I thought that was one excellent podcast. Thanks Dietz, Steve and Darren for ther great tip.

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Awesome job Dietz and Steve. Great info!!!!!!!

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Thanks for all the kind words!

Happy Birthday Reelemin

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Thanks all. grin.gifgrin.gif

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We just listened to this Podcast Deitz, Steve and Dtro! Good tips! I took MORE notes! grin.gif I'm feeling confident that I've got the right gear now and with those new Go Devil jigs I ordered thru the Outdoor Pro Store now I just gotta get thru 4 days of work this week. Thanks guys!

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