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nine-tiner

Now I am ready

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Ok all the snow and ice can go away. I picked up my 2007 ProMag 162 yesterday....and have only went to the shed to look at it about a dozen times since. Come on warm weather!!

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have you sat in it,then pretend you were fishing?? i did when i got my first ranger! grin.gif

yes i'm ready for spring!

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Sat in it? ..of course...even had a beer in it!! Loaded the fishing gear in and the MRS. asked if I was a little anxious to get out. That was an understatement.

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I am driving down to Springfield in March to pick up my new nitro Z-7. It came off the production line last week and a buddy of mine in keeping it in his shed until I get there. I'm pretty sure that I have read every word on the Nitro website and I looked at a Nirto 591 (the old version of a Z-7) at the Fargo boat show for about 2 hours. Can't wait.

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As much as I like icefishing, I have been ready since the day I dropped my boat off for storage. grin.gif

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Congratulations guys! Use them in good health and safety!

(I confess to turning a bit green with envy as well...)

Daze Off

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Bassman post some picture of that Z-7 when you get it!!

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I have some pics of it my buddy sent me but I am not sure how to post them on here.

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These are not the best pics and I am not sure if I am posting them rightboat.jpg

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sweet ride bassman

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Nice looking boat!!!

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