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bassNspear

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bassNspear

As we all know sunday is the last day before the season comes to a close.

Anyone going out. I think im going to try and hit a smaller lake here in the metro, just becuase if i dont, ill be cutting myself for not getting out sick.gif.

Let me know if your going to go out, and maybe we can hook up.

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Huey

I plan on going out Sat morning and most of Sunday.

I still have the bug. I was even scouting new spots today after work. They're saved in the GPS for next year. I was planning on trying a spot close to home on the east side of town. Maybe using the same hole both days. That ice is pretty thick.

B-n-S, Sunday might work. Were you thinking west metro?

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cherokee

I might be able to make it Sunday afternoon but not sure as my girls have a play they are in. Are you going in the morning or will you be out all day?

I too have the bug and must get out one more time.

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bassNspear

i was thinking of going to the lake that we first meet? What do you think of that? we know the lake is clear, and theres fish there.

Unless you have something else in mind. I will be out forsure, being its the last day. I will be out all day

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Gordie

I have to work saturday but think I'll get out Sunday on a lake by my house in Zimmerman.

good luck to all that get out this weekend.

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Huey

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i was thinking of going to the lake that we first meet? What do you think of that? we know the lake is clear, and theres fish there.

That sounds good. I think that's a better lake than the spot I was going to try. See you Sunday morning? I'll probably get there about 8:30. If you get there early, feel free to cut an extra hole. \:D

Huey

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Huey

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good luck to all that get out this weekend

Good luck to you too. Even if the fishings slow, it looks like it will be a beautiful day.

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bassNspear
Huey, make sure you check here to make sure that im going to be going. I have alot of stuff to do tommorrow, and if i dont get it all done, i might have to do it again on sunday. Work stuff that has to be done. So check back here on Saturday night, and i will know more then.

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bassNspear
thanks bud. I just dont want you to come down here and then i cant make it.

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bassNspear
Huey, im not going to be able to make it. I just have to much going on at the shop and being that im never home, i need to take care of stuff around the house. Hope you have a good one, and we will hook up soon

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Huey

All right. Thanks for letting me know. That saves me some drive time. Too bad you can't get out but I know it's tough when you're on the road all the time.

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bassNspear

ya, this time a year is hard for me now, with all the shows that we are doing at work. Hope you have some luck today on the last day.

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