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LABS4ME??

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LABS4ME,

Are you from the Cottage Grove area? I heard alot about you up at Red last year. I seen a white truck at a car wash yesterday with the plates LABS4ME ?? Any connection?

chris

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Labs truck is usually in an auto body repair shop rather then in a car wash. Was there an accident close by???? grin.gif

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Waskish Minnow Station
218-647-8652

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Im trying not to giggle but the laughter took over; snap fizzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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it's usually sitting in his office parking lot at bogey's grin.gif i think his plates says
"dents4kelly"

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Kelly,

If I remember the story right he did have an excuse the roads where "VERY ICY" and the traffic was "BUMPER TO BUMPER". Strange conditions at Red Lake. It might have been "VERY FOGGY" also.

crappie getter.

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http://fishingminnesota.com/stcroixguide/
(651) 458-1899
arndts@tcq.net
St. Croix River

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was he pulling the out house through the car wash too ?

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The traffic was "bumper to bumper". His bumper against my bumper. grin.gif

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Okay...I deserve that...did't know the "LABS" group reputation preceded us, we seem to have the same problem in the little town in So. Dak. where we pheasant hunt. Chris by your telephone prefix we're neighbors, if you ever need a wing man in your boat give a shout, I've been known to play hookey every now and again. (problem is, it's usually meeting Jigglestick at the other "office"). Just don't let me tail you with my boat! No, I don't have a white truck (it's black) but some how I could've left a license plate on the ice! and it's on another truck. Maybe it wasn't even me involved in that little altercation after all...it was that white truck...I think his name on the forum is dents4me. I now have a plan to keep Kelly and his truck unwrinkled this winter...I'm bringing one of my Labs up this fall duck hunting and am leaving it up there and enrolling it in the Halad school of dog driving. I've heard he's had great success with his program. Now if he can only teach them to drive ATV's...... grin.gif

Good Luck! GOD BLESS AMERICA!

Ken

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Ken,

All you Red Lake guys have an invite in my boat. Jigging for eye's in October should be good. Check with me in the begining of the month and we'll set a morning up on the house. Crappie chasers are a special breed and we should stick together. I wonder if that guy in the white truck gets in very much trouble from all the Red Lake stories.

Good luck chasing what ever it might be!!?

chris

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Chris's Croix Guide Service
http://fishingminnesota.com/stcroixguide/
(651) 458-1899
arndts@tcq.net
St. Croix River

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Labs,
Be careful about halads driving school. Remember that his dog left him laying on the ice and kept on driving,,,,and laughing. smile.gif

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Yeah, but from the sound of it halad's dog still has a cleaner driving record than LABS4ME.

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