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Commanche Jim

Illinois Outdoors Television taping at Stoney Point Grill Nov.14

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Prizes from Bass Pro, Costa Del Mar, etc will be given away at this 2 show fire side chat with the hosts and their guests. We're doing a walleye beer battered fish fry for everyone in attendance. Hope to see you there.

191st and Old LaGrange Rd., 1st intersection south of I-80, northeast corner behind White Castle.

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What does this have to do with baseball? Can't see why anyone on this site is going to miss this one. smirk.gif

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You built a restaurant next door to a White Castle?? shocked.gif

Sounds like a fun time, Stoners for Walleye followed by sliders. grin.gif

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I'll tell ya that when I went last yr before his remodeling, CJim's place was already pretty darn nice.

I'd go to CJim's place, my wife would go for the sliders.

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The White Castle is across the street, and I posted this here because it seems there are several Chicago people that frequent the thread.

And Thanks Geno........if you thought it was nice before, look again.

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Yep, much bigger now. You know it's just a bit of a ride for me but one of these days I'll be back. Gotta make back that OTB money I lost with Brian and Samantha someday.

The Chicago people are also Cass Lake people and probably know what "Stoney Pt" is. And we probably also know what "Illinois Outdoors" is. I think that you'll probably get a big draw for the show taping. Wish I could have made it. Now, go stock up the fridge!

PS I looked kinda quick, but I didn't notice the Cass Lake map I gave you hangin' anywhere. You still got it I hope.

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cass lake map is in there!!!!!

This is our staff this past Friday.........

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There's a Cass Lake map in back..........

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