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muskiehunter369

Century High School Fishing Club

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thats right, someone finaly did it. the newest, hottest club to ever to hit century high school is here! the C.F.C (century fishing club). i know some guys from century use this site. we just got the papers signed today. we will try and set up an info meeting some time next week. if you have any questions feel free to talk to Willam Shillingford, Ryan Pike, Mr.Himle, or me, Brice Bundy. my email is muskiehunter369@yahoo.com. i think if they can have chess club, we can do fishing club. come and join the fun. you can be a pro or a first timer, as long as you have a will to fish. Join the C.F.C!

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Hey if you guys don't have boats and need to hop in sometime, let me know. I live in Rochester and i would have loved to have had something like that when i was in HS.

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I would be game for this club.

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thanks james we may use take you up on that some time. i'll sign you up duncan. ask paulson if you see him.

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Hey Muskiehunter....is the Mr. Himle you mentioned Adam Himle?

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yes it is hanson. he is the supervisor of the club.

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very cool guys. i had a club like that when i was in high school. good times, good times.

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What a small world it is. He was my teacher at Pine Island way back in the day when I was a freshmen which would have been like 2002 or so. He is a great guy and the type of guy that I could see to help starting up a club like this. If you guys need any help in getting this going let me know and I will do what I can. Tell Himle I said hi and ask him if he will let you have a free day in class...one day he let us tape a bunch of yard sticks together with a plastic cup on the end just to get a bouncy ball off the roof.....took all class so we didnt have to do any english.....he should remember that one if ya mention it to him.

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ill second that boat idea i would be willing to take some students fishing!!!!! if you guys need boats you could also check with the local bass club? Zumbro valley bassmasters. Good luck is it just for fun or is there competetion involved?

ike

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a little compatetion. you can win a little something, like a lure or two.

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great story hanson. that sounds like himle:)i'll ask him about that.

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I'd also be willing to offer some open seats in my boat, or assist in any way I can.

Wish I had a fishing club back in HS.

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Hey Tyler, maybe we can organize some sort of multi-species little tourney on Pepin this summer if these guys are interested? If we could get enough boats lined up? Just a thought.....

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Any help that I can provide, I'd be willing to lend as well.

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 Originally Posted By: james_walleye
Hey Tyler, maybe we can organize some sort of multi-species little tourney on Pepin this summer if these guys are interested? If we could get enough boats lined up? Just a thought.....

Multi-species fishing is right up my alley. If boats are an issue, there is great multi-species fishing all around our area as well.

I'd be willing to help organize something along these lines.

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wow thanks guys. hey tyler and james that multi-species thing sounds great!! if we could do it i think pepin would be a good place to try. most of the guys have never fish there before. im setting up a club meeting for next wednesday, ill run it by them. im sure they will like the idea.

CFC MEETING: WEDNESDAY MARCH 12TH IN MR. HIMLIES ROOM C-148.

hey hanson, himlie said he was realy proud of you guys that day.

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Yeah, Ty and I have got quite the reputation on another site as kings of the roughfish! If you would want to organize something from shore on a river sometime both of us, and others as well, would most likely be willing to lend a willing hand.

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Ha good to know he still has the great sense of humor he had back then...make sure ya make him keep havin fun

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I dont know how extensive you guys will be for species but if you would like I would offer a free guided trip for trout anytime for the club.

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yeah i was thinking about doing a carp and or sucker fishing thing under the silver lake dam or some other spot on the river.

it would be nice if we could do something different for each outting. maybe roughfish one time, the next do pans, then walleye on the river, bass on lake zumbro. something like that.

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THANKS HANSON!! trout would be fun. many of the guys have just trout fished once or twice. i love to fly fish. im sure himlie would like to see you again.

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i wouldnt mind seein him again....how do i locate him

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Well my last outing on pepin last august yielded about 3 dozen walleyes, a dozen crappies, 50 big bluegills, a dozen smallies, a dozen channel cats, and way to many sheephead. We caught 9 species that day. August is a great mulit-species time on Pepin.

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Well all I have to say is bummer, one year too late! I would have been all over this. Good luck with the club, go panthers!!

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yea this club is a great opprotunity. I am an origionater of the CFC along with muskiehunter. is there anyone that would be willing to help out with a fund raiser?

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