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Burchoid

Open seat tomorrow

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I am going out again tomorrow morning. I have an open seat if anyone wants to join. Bait, gas, park pass, all paid for. 17' tracker, lotsa room, and a nice comfy fishing chair up for grabs tomorrow morning. 651-777-8999 or burchoid@gmail.com if you are up for it! They didn't bite today so they gotta bite tomorrow!

-Matt

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Late reply, did'nt want to call this early, or late last night, when I saw post. But if it is still open and you see this in time let me know. 763-862-7760.

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Its a good thing I didn't get anyone taking me up on this last night... After setting my clock for daylight saving time I must have done an AM/PM switch and overselpt! Grrr... I will be going once or twice in the middle of this week in the morning and again on the weekend.

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