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The bobber~We still have a few of the maps left. If you e-mail (drake@blackduck.net) us with your address we'll put one in the mail for you smile.gif

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the bobber

i have been unable to get the new map offered on the urlaa website to download. is the association aware of a problem? my adobe reader works for everything else, so i don't tink te problem on my end any sugestions? i want to come up this spring to try the fishing but i'd like to gather as much info as possible before.

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kelly-p

Thanks for the heads up. I'll check with the person in charge of the site.

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Guest

I ran into the same thing that Bobber mentioned. When the feature was first available it worked; I'd say for the last couple of weeks when I've tried, it hasn't... thought it was me. Now that I have a color printer hooked up it sure would be nice to print it, thanks for looking into.

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fish_on_llc

Hi all,

I scanned mine recently and have it saved on my hard drive. If you want I'll email the .jpeg to whoever wants it. It is about 385k in size.

Good Luck

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Fish On LLC
fish_on_llc@hotmail.com

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riverrat214

Please e-mail me a copy also. Thank you. sjohnson214@hotmail.com Good fishing all.

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kelly-p

I shouldn't open myself up for this but I have some of the maps left. If you send me your address's I'll send one to you. Any bets on how many e-mails I get? smile.gif

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scott-z

Kelly, you must secretly own stock in the U.S. postal service!

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the bobber

could i get one too? I emailed the webmaster tat there was a problem with the download but i have yet to here back. send a copy to dawocc@aol.com
thanks

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the bobber

my keyboard must be sticking cuz it keeps leaving out letters my email address is dsawocc@aol.com

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fish_on_llc

Well Kelly,

I've emailed 11 maps already, and happy to help everyone out. I'll be up sat. and wondering what the latest is?? any coordinates folks??

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Fish On LLC
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msatc

Me to please.
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Guest

Hey Jeff--
Could you e-mail me a copy of the map please?

Thanks in advance!

gtdegnan@the-bridge.net

Later..... cool.gif Dugan!!!

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fish_on_llc
If it's not too much trouble please e-mail me the URL map @ jwozniak@osmonics.com
Thanks in advance

Retro
In search of the elusive Trifecta!!!!!!!!!!
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fish

I just pulled one off the upper red lake area association website. It has gps coodinates of cribs. They must have got it working now.

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