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trolloni

Guides league 2017

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Is the vermillion guides league minus one member this year ? Seen one of ya get busted on lonestar  law  about a month ago , he told the wardens he moved to Texas , sure hope he purchases a  Minnesota nonresident  license if he comes up to guide this year !  !:angry:

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What? 

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Hard to believe that one of sainted guides league members would break the law. :wow:

"Ace" :cool:

"It's just fishing man":D

Ace guide service.

Lake Vermilion.

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Which episode?  

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I don't know which one that would be.????

I have been away a couple weeks though.

Cliff

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Thanks Cliff.   It really doesn't matter.  I was just curious. 

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What did he get busted with on the show?

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Pretty sure I know who that is. Won't mention any names tho. What did he get busted for?

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