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MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR

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Happy Holidays and Good Fishing for All

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Let there be Peace on Earth and may all your bobbers go down at once. smile.gif

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From the Wehler's to all of you!

Merry Christmas Everyone!

Bonnie "NoFish", Barney Toonder, Homer J. Esox & Commander Cool AKA: ME!

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It's 34 below zero on the Big V today, smile.gif

I want to wish a safe and happy holiday season to all my friends at FM.com. Especially to the folks that I have met fishing up on the Big V over the years. MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!! smile.gif

GO VIKINGS, BEAT THE CHEESE!!!!!!!

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Merry Christmas everyone! Have a safe and wonderful Holiday.

34 below! shocked.gif at least we'll have plenty of good ice.

Go Vies, eh, Dannyboy? smirk.gif

See you all next year.

MT Net

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MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!

45 below at Aronson's Marina this morning!

Cliff

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It was 72 degrees where I was this morning and I landed a 34" eye! Unfortunately then I WOKE UP!

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL AND A GREAT FISHING NEW YEAR!

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Merry Christmas Everyone !!

Bobber's Down = Spirit's Up !

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