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Crappie reports?

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I don't need to know where(i have my own spots)just if the slabs are still hitting?Lovin the craps...c63

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Good to see your still alive DP and still catching! Look me up! grin.gif

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Well look who's back, I new you could't stay away from FM for to long it's in your blood cool.gif

As soon as my web site and email get back up and running I'll give you a shout, It has been just a mess lately with the new hosting/email company, I went with them to save some $$$ and now it's just fubar mad.gif

I take it your ready for winter wink.gif

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I figured I had better come back and keep you in line! wink.gif

Almost ready for winter, just have to shoot a couple of deer first!

Good to hear from you again, I am looking forward to hittin' the hard water with ya!

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[quote I am looking forward to hittin' the hard water with ya!


He77 ya man,

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DP,

Good luck hunting this weekend! I am headed back to Duluth Sunday night for a few days. I really hope the rut is cranking up!

Let me know how you do!

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Thanx for all the great crappie reports!c63 smile.gif

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Any new news since the ice formed?

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