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gordy

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what is the scoop over there any traffic or is the mattress kind of low on 5 dollar bills?????????? keep up the good work Richard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! shocked.gifshocked.giflaugh.giflaugh.giflaugh.gifsmile.gif

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As odd as it sounds, I thought there was still open water off of Rocky & Long Point last weekend. I'm as anxious to get out that way as anybody but if mother nature wants to act this way, what can you do. confused.gifconfused.gif

I know this cold a$$ weather will take care of things quickly, but I don't want anybody to take a cold swim!! A few people were close last winter and needed a boat to rescue them.

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We left our permanent up their last winter, and hope to get up their over the New Years weekend and pull it out. We have fished near Twin Islands the last two years and have had some of the best ice fishing I have ever seen. Cant wait to get back out that way.

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My cousin was on that ice chunk, he said fishing was pretty good that day. That, and the boat ride home was a good time. heh.

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