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JBMasterAngler

1,000 POST MILESTONE!!!*

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Technically this is my 1,001st post, but I first posted this in the metro forum and just copied and pasted here. Thought I'd include it here too since I add/receive input just as much from this thread as I do over there. Note the asterisk in the title.

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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Congrats. Many many more.

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Congrats, but I learned nothing from this post give me something

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Hart you missed it. He likes to type from all the time. Just kidding. Congrats.

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Hart, here's some advice...a line out of the water will never catch a fish. Hope that helps. grin.gif

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Congrats JB on 1000 posts, you dont have as much free time as Northlander and Stfcatfish they really have lots of time on hands to get over 10,000 but posts seem to all have good info \:D

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