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Fishin4Life

Little Quiet around here!

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Just noticed that there haven't been too many posts in the last few days. Whats everyone been up too down here? Any good labor day stories?

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Nothing to report on the outdoors side of things for me this past weekend. Celebrated my sons 3yr b-day on Friday night and then my daughter's 1yr b-day on Saturday with relatives and all. Grilled so much food I smelled like a charcoal even after showering! tongue.gif

Sunday was clean-up day, play with new toys, etc. Why is it that kids just need to try and play with the same toy at the same time?? crazy.gifconfused.gifcrazy.gif Yesterday was nothin' but yard work! Weather permitting, I'm going to get out hunting and/or fishing this upcoming weekend (along with more yard work). smirk.gif

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I'll be back down in the area a few days this week for a wedding, hopefully I can spring a little time and wet a line too smile.gif

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Take the bride and groom on a guide trip as their wedding gift from you! wink.gifgrin.gif

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Thought about that, not a bad idea smile.gif I know he would like to, but his wife might not be up for it... don't want to cause any problems grin.gif

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We're all starting to scratch the fall itch. It starts for me tomorrow with a 4.5 day trip to Gull Lake.

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Hitting a tourney this weekend TO or just a little vaca? Weather permitting, I'm getting out this weekend. Madison, German, Tetonka....not sure yet, but I'd like to hit one or two of the three. wink.gif

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Just a trip with a few college cronies and my dad. I'm pulling out of town ~7:00 am tomorrow morning.

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