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Nate22

Pigs in the Gap

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Has anyone noticed if the eyes making there way to the gap yet or is it still a bit early. Had a lot of fun late march last year out there.

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There are reports of bigger fish here and there so the biggees

are starting to move. The end of March should be a good time.

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Hey Curt,

Me and Heiser just got the entry form for the fall classic cant wait. I have some buddies heading up there this weekend for a bachelors party/fishing and wondered if you could shoot me an email on what direction to send them. Thanks and cant wait to get up there again. May try and head up for the early bite.

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Sounds like the group I am going with this weekend. Is the guy getting married from the Mille Lacs area and do you have a buddy in Fargo that sells boats, I think his name is Eric?

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Yep sounds like the same crew

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