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PerchPounder

2/23/08

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We spent the afternoon participating in the annual bunny hunt. We managed to bag our limit of thirty cottontails and one bonus jack. They weighed in at 83 lbs. which was good enough for first place and $300 cash. How did you spend the first nice day in a month?

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nice work RabbitPounder! that must have been a blast. first place! in the money two weekends in a row. No fishing this weekend for me. Had a funeral and work.

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PerchPounder,

Nice bunch of bunnies! Perfect day for a great shoot and congrats on the win.

tweed

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Hey PP, this time don't give the money to your friends, if you know what I mean!!!

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I hope you left the Easter Bunny alone or my 3-year old will be awfully upset.

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where did you take them from....what town area

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The bunny hunt is an annual from a group of guys from Worthington. Fun tourney, good food, good time!!! And bunnies taste good!

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Nice work bunnyslayer!!!!!

Going to have a stew feed?????

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