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Hey buddy,
Go with the first one! smile.gif

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I frequent this and 2 other fishing sites regularly and those 2 signatures would win 1st & 2nd place. The 1st one is however is a classic!

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Just checking out my new signature,....

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Second try

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So which one does everyone like better?

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The first one leaves more to the imagination.

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Hey Grabs--

I like the "fighting fish" shocked.gif signature.

Where did you find those???
I would like to find something similar to those for my personal e-mails.. Any help??

Private e-mail if you prefer:

gtdegnan@the-bridge.net

Thanks!

Later... cool.gif Dugan!!!

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Hey Grabs you had better go with that first one....Its a snag grin.gif

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Grabs,

Obviously, the first one! Your rod is really bendin'!!!

Jim W

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Ya, the first one. No one will know it's really a big old carp bendin' your rod.

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Well guys thanks for the input, I will be using this one until I get sick of it! Shoot me if I ever get sick of looking at a bent pole!

As far as finding this,..I just stumbled upon them, actually they stumbled upon me in an e-mail message. Just search the web you will be surprised at what you find.

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Hey I just realized, that guy is in waders!!!! Perrrrfect!!!

"Good things come to those who wade"!!


Jim W

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