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Piker..???

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Hey, bucknducks, are you the one who does a great deal of fishing with the Principal from Plummer? Just wondering?

The Principal's brother in WI.

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If you are talkign about the old retired principal that would probably be me. I haven't fished with the new principal at all. The retired principal's initals are R.L. if that helps..

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