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hello its my first time posting on fishingminnesota. I have

been reading this site for years, but never posted anything.

I fish almost everyday i'm not working. its been one week since i've fished. had knee surgery and then the awful bloodclot. I'll be back

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There is nothing worse than being layed up and not fishing, I have been layed up sense first ice with back problems, so know what you are going thru. I think I have read every post on this site. get that knee healed up and hit the ice. wink.gif

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I feel for both you guys. I don't know how I could survive all winter without ice fishing. Get better and make up for lost time when you do. Good luck!!!

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It's about time you posted shev. I talked to Scott about Red next Tuesday and it sounds like a go! Temps look like they'll be in the upper teens so that will help. I'll keep ya' posted.

Brian

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Looking forward to out fishing you agian bmc. keep in touch

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bmc;the only reason I'm inviting you two yardbirds is so you guys can carry my big ol' bucket of red lake slabbers!!! wink.gifRed frostee jigs will rule again.See ya soon.

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magnum 165, I hope you don't act like bmc when you get out fished. I'm really looking forward to tuesdays trip. The trip to the doctor today, did'nt go well. Again bmc will have to take of me on the ice. If he wines I will hit him with my cruch.

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