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HawgTide

Santa Claus is coming!

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Wow! I realized I haven't started a thread since September, so this is all I can think of now. Just wishing for some good stuff for Christmas. What's on your list? I'm hoping to upgrade a reel or rod.

Is it true that the real Santa Claus lives in Missouri? laugh.gif Please Santa, I've been so good this year! Not even one dead Smallie all year! grin.gif

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LOL...Sherry is still laughing

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LOL.... if only Santa was that nice!

Im hoping for a GPS, new trolling motor, a few upgraded combos,and maybe a trip to Lake Fork in Feb, Man I hope she wasnt expecting anything........

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Tubes!! I need Tubes Santa old buddy. You can have all my Bud Lite!

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I just want to catch more fish than eyeguy, nothing else really. Not that we are competitive or anything.....

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I just want to catch more fish than eyeguy, nothing else really. Not that we are competitive or anything.....


I don't think it's possible tongue.gif

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My birthday is in April so I take care of the open water fishing needs at that time.

When Xmas is getting close I'm locked into ice-fishing mode so I always go in that direction. This year I need a second vexilar...And some more glow jigs......and.........

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I just want to catch more fish than eyeguy.


Don't we all wink.gif

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Well I can't stop you guys from dreaming. laugh.gif

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Cripes, all I want is a 20 incher.

Is that asking too much?

People standing on the Ellison boat launch catch them weekly from reports I see..... grin.gif

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How about Santa coming early and delivering a couple of fishable days over the Thanksgiving break?

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That would be awesome! But it don't look promising. frown.gif Looks like I'll just sit inside and get stuff.

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Hey Hawg Tide I am still laughing and I cannot type when I am not laughing. Wish all you FM ers a happy thanksgiving and a Merry Christmas and God Bless.

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grin.gif

Bill, hope you have a great one too!

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All I want for Christmas is a River Pro boat, a River Pro boat!

A guy can dream a little, can't he?

Actually, the time off work and time spent with my family are all I really need.

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