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Paul Waldowski

1st Annual Piggie Perchin' Party

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Alright here are the details to the 1st Annual Piggy Perchin' Party \:D

Location: Appeldoorn's Sunset Bay

Dates: March 7th, 8th, and 9th

What is this: This is a chance for all FM'ers to get out and do some Piggy Perchin' together. This is not a tournament, just a chance to get together, fish, and have some fun.

We will have a Grill out near where we are fishing for all to use. We will also pretty much be fishing as a group, or at least in the same general area. Whether you are a beginner, or a seasoned pro, everyone is welcome. This is going to be a ton of fun, as are all of these gatherings, so don't miss out on this one.

Call us now to book your spot for this event. Rate is $35 per person, per night, based on double occupancy. We will also have spots available if you have a bigger group.

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Hey paul, do you have to pay the 35 dollars if you arent going to stay at your place? this sounds like a fun event.

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Nope, the more the merrier \:\)

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Hey Paul,

Unfortunately that weekend I am going to be up on LOTW. Sounds like a great time there though, and the early March perch bite is usually a pretty good one. I had my best day of fishing ever on Mille Lacs in March a couple moons ago. I have yet to make a ML trip this year, might be up for coming out the week after to chase some piggies though.

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Paul, you know I'm there!!! Bringin the wife and kids too!!!!

Are you planning on staging this event near your sleeper houses???

Oh wait, I noticed the date is March not Feb. Must be old timers setting in. I'll see ya next weekend anyway. grin.gif

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I'll be on Gogebic in the UP of Michigan hopefully catching perch the size of our slot walleyes.

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I'm really hoping to make the PPP (but I think the date conflicts with another trip). Partying on the ice in March while Paul is working the grill, that's about as good as it gets.

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I am gonna make it to at least one day but I have to get to the Blaine musky expo the same weekend.

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I can't resist this one. Just don't know how many days I be there. The co-owner of all my assets has her birthday that Friday so there some horse trading to do yet.

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Sounds like a blast!!! Hopefully I can get up there for a day.

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Wow, a piggy party! I will try to make arrangements to attend at least one day of this event.

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