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JBMasterAngler

1,000 POST MILESTONE!!!

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I did it! This is my 1,000th post! The question is...is this an amazing accomplishment or do I just have too much time on my hands? Well either way, I hope in my next 1,000 posts I'm able to give and receive just as many helpful tips as I did in my first 1,000 from all you other FM'ers out there. Good fishing to all!

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I'll say accomplishment. If you had too much time on your hands you'd be fishing more and not typing! Nice work JB.

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congrats JB. Its a great honor, and were glad your apart of this great family

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Got mine last month. It's a mile stone I think. Congrats.

Where are you at in St. Paul? I live by Phalen.

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Well, if you think that is a milestone, take a look at some of the people on here that have 10,000+ posts. My god, that is a lot of typing. They musy have wireless internet in their fishing shacks!! grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

GE

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LOL's I'm almost there, just have too much opinions about fishing.

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i feel the same as before 1000

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Sandman, I'm in the midway area just south of lake como. My office is literally 2 minutes away from phalen though.

Is it bad that I worry about not being able to access the forum when I go out of town for fishing trips? Maybe having wireless internet in my shack/boat wouldn't be a bad idea at all. grin.gif

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good job...you should change your handle to JBMasterPoster

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If my luck doesn't pickup during the remainder of the ice season I just might have to do that.

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LOL-- now that was funny... Congrats on your 1K, and thank you for all you post on FM!

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Ha ha ha... Congrats. I've been here a while and have yet to even come close to that. \:\)

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heck i just got 300

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once you get addicted to this site, you will never get off, just ask us pro staffers, were here way to much.

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Congrats! \:\)

I must not say too much... I've been on here about 6 years & I'm only closing in on 600.

Well, Here's one more

Go Fish!

;\)

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