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Hey Turk,
Tried getting in touch with you at croixsippi.com but coudn't get through. What's up bro? Jim W

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hey buddy- yes she's been down we are changing providers and from what i understand are in somekind of limbo...It's trying this stinky fishermans patience though!!!

We do you want to hit the water maybe friday at 3:00ish?

It's a god bite for large 20"s saugers! what a resource!!!!

Keep catchin'

Icers it looks as though many are in a transition zone to open water?.?... who's icing for crap's,

Stand up and be counted for Proper Respect always goes out to the last ice dog? Are you reading this board ? Step up and be counted! we don't need where's how's just what's going on on the water....

Thanks in advance Ice dog!!!
Turk

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Hey Turk,

Very interested in a jumbo sauger bite. Let me know when you are planning on heading down there. 3 ish is a possibility. I could take a couple hours of vaca and meet you down there.

[This message has been edited by Turk (edited 03-27-2001).]

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What's this!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

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You JAs having a sauger affair behind my back!?!?!?!!! How dare you!!! mad.gif

Geeeezzz Turk, first I get the cold shoulder for the rooster season, now this!!! I feel violated!

NOOOoooooooo goood!!!

[This message has been edited by J.A.Say.Tree (edited 03-29-2001).]

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quote:

Originally posted by J.A.Say.Tree:

What's this!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

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You JAs having a sauger affair behind my back!?!?!?!!! How dare you,your a bad man, and don't call me martha anymore!!!
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Geeeezzz Turk, first I get the cold shoulder for the rooster season, you were going to teach me to shoot,and now this!!! I feel violated, I need to outfish JA Werni!

NOOOoooooooo goood, I need in!!!

I'm back with the Vikings though, I met one of the cheerleaders at the clinic, super splits Yaaooow!

Sure I'll coordinate the trip with JA werni, and we all can do it!

[This message has been edited by J.A.Say.Tree (edited 03-29-2001).]

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