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wormburner

Have A great Christmas!!

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wormburner

I hope everyone in FM land has a great holiday, best wishes to you and your famlies! Remember, if you get a shirt or a sweater for a gift, you can always return it for something we all need, "MORE FISHING GEAR", I mean c'mon, a guy only needs so many shirts!!! Have a safe holiday season, catch ya later, wormburner! grin.gif

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Northlander

Thanks Burner! I also want to wish everyone a Happy and Safe Holiday Season. See ya on the ice.

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Surface Tension

Happy Holidays!

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Quickstrike

Happy Holidays, i'm sure i'm not the only one who is pumped to try out and laugh at the ridiculous fishing items and equip i'll receive from relatives this year. Come on automatic reeling vibrating fishing rod!!!! grin.gifgrin.gif

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BD110

Thanks WB,

I would also like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiay.

take care, smile.gif

Tom (BD110)

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upnorth

Happy Holidays and good fishing to all smile.gif

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chunkytrout

Hey folks, if you're travelling please be careful and prepared. We want all of you at the Burntside Bash this year! Happy holidays and best wishes (fishes)!

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I'llTakeWhatiCanGet

Happy holidays fellas, hope you all get the new fishing gear ya asked for. Maybe we'll have to have another gathering to test out our holiday gifts grin.gif

Quick, I hope for your sake you don't get that automatic vibrating pole, who knows what trouble it'll land you in blush.gif

Hope to see you on the ice after christmas

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OUTDOORNUT

Everyone have a safe and happy Christmas, may your tree, stockings, and guts be stuffed! I was informed I'll be putting my dad's house on the lake for him tomorrow, back home. I suppose I'll have to bait his hook too, I have to start looking for a home for him! ha ha

Merry Christmas!!!!

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andy j

Merry Christmas everyone! Wormburner thanks for the help yesterday.

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backcast

Merry Christmas to all. Hope all are able to spend quality time with family and friends this Holiday season. For those of us who may get clothing which isn't quite our style or size, at work, we collected coats, clothing, boots etc. and have made two trips (3 pickup loads each trip) down to CHUM. We are currently working on collecting for the third trip. The staff was very greatful for what we brought in for those who are less fortunate but very much in need.

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Northlander

Backcast how can I get some stuff to you guys or should I just bring it to chum?

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Tom Linderholm

Merry christmas to everyone, looks like Santa brought us favorable ice conditions. On my way back from power shopping today it looked like even the big lake a some ice on it.

So are we to relate aunt betties fruit cake to the "buzz stick"? Good luck on that one.

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fishermn

Merry Christmas and Happy New year to all!

Hope to meet some of you folks out on the ice this year! Maybe the Burntside Bash if I get my remodel project done by then!

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moderation

Happy Holidays to all. Lets not forget the service men and women and their family and friends. It has to be very difficult, especially at this time of year.

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Quickstrike

well, if i don't get it i can always borrow yours. anyways i thought you should know, there were two guys taking stuff out of your explorer today, one had a camo hat on and a carhart jacket, and the other was a tall skinny guy. who could that be blush.gif I think Berry and Mike were christmas shopping in your explorer! Happy Holidays again!!!

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backcast

Hi Steve,

I work on the North side of the airport. Probably best to bring it in yourself. Maybe we should start a FM CHUM drive. I'm sure lots of us have excess warm clothes we no longer wear being we are the "outdoor types". Any input?

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Surface Tension

After seeing on the news how our Christmas is being PC'ed to "Happy Holidays" I'm going to say Merry Christmas everyone!

Backcast, I have some pants and shirts that seem to have shrunk over the years confused.gifgrin.gif and I bring them in. Also if you have toys and stuffed animals (no not fish or game-heads) you no longer need the Womens Shelter is a good place to drop them off.

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Fishing Junky

Everyone have a safe and great Christmas and New Years. Stay warm. Junky.............

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bwtrout
MERRY FESTIVUS!

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BRULEDRIFTER

merry christmas everyone grin.gif hope everyone had an enjoyable day. i got my new toy, and i caugt 6 crappies tonight. best christmas ever! well, i gotta go clean some fish. god, i love those words grin.gif

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