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Lost & Found.....

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Anyone lose a piece of gear yesterday on the highway coming from the Rocky Point area back to Warroad? I found a particular something laying right on the highway about noon and you can have it back iffin it's yours.

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Is it 14 pound walleye wearing a pair of prescription eyeglasses, holding a white fishing rod with a broken rod tip under her right fin?

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Briefcase with about a million $ in it?

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What color was the briefcase....LOL!

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Thanks for the Monday morning chuckle Dave. I can still hear the ruckus from the inside the fishouse as you hit the floor and shoved your arm in up to your shoulder after those specs. Sounded like that fight McKinnie got in the other night down in Florida. And the look on Huggsters face when he realized his rod got drug in was priceless. I wish had a camcorder. It really would have sucked if we hadn't caught so darn many fish. Its going to be a long week waiting to head back up there.

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The way I figure it, the big old fish got my eyeglasses first which she used to locate Huggster's jig. If he wasn't so busy laughing at me for donating my glasses to the fish... he might have noticed his rod traveling towards the hole...

This is the stuff legends are made from.... Wanda the 4 eyed Walleye...

Mark my word, for years to come people will tell of the massive walleye with extraordinary eye sight... She wears prescription eyeglasses.

Myself & the good folks at northwest eye center in TRF are the only one's that know her prescription....

She may have won this weekend, and yes she is somewhat of a super fish amongst fish now with her superior vision advantages.... but she'll slip up sooner or later. I'll keep after her for the rest of my days. Who knows, years down the road, someday I may have a large walleye mounted on the wall that sports a pair of stylish men’s prescription eyeglasses....

someday...

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I did'nt lose any gear fisky, but I did lose all the cordinates to your secrete fishing spots, so if you'll kindly e-mail them to me at jlvigstol@gvtel.com that would be great. Thanks, boar

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Northern Dave...I will have to tone down my lure selection next week when I'm up there...heard there is a Wally doing a ZZ Top impression with cheap sunglasses! SEMPER FI!

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I was kidding ya know, fisky. Boar

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