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Surface Tension    262
Surface Tension

I stopped by Fishermans Corner to take some pictures and a brief story on a big buck being registered there.

I set my digital camera down on a fish trap that was setup outside after a couple pictures.

Yep, I got in my driveway and realized I left it there. A call to the bait shop and it was gone already. That was 5 minutes from the time I left.

I think nine times out of ten someone would do the right thing and turn it in. I was just a few minutes from that one in ten guy that couldn't resist temptation.

I feel like crap now but will post what I can about the deer later, without pictures of coarse.

If you know of anything call or email me.

If whomever has it reads this you can send it to me or drop it off at Fishermans Corner.

Frank DeLuca

5382 Jentoft rd

Saginaw, MN

55779

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SKIPPERS KID    0
SKIPPERS KID

Well frank did you look in the truck one more time or did the fish trap eat it confused.gif I hope the people or person that just can take some thing and claim it as Therese is just wrong but maybe some one will find it or turn it in I hope it works that way shocked.gif I would give your so called friend some crap about this you drop the paint brush to see a deer and it cost you time and $$$$$$ for your camera I hope he is a good friend frown.gif

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Northlander    71
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Check everything over again Frank. I thought I had lost my H2Oc a while back, you remember the post, until I checked the same spot the 3rd time. I hope you find it man. I know how that fels in the gut when you have lost something valuable.

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Surface Tension    262
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Skippers Kid, AKC Tom Phister, AKC Phister's Sister, I still love ya! LOL

Steve, I checked the truck every half hour and it still isn't there. If I go up there to look for it again I might as well get in and drive myself to the funny farm.

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upnorth    2
upnorth

All can add is that sucks. I hope by some miracle the person gets a case of the guilts and returns it.

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SKIPPERS KID

Crap give and I am very sorry for your loss should I send flowers confused.gif. Some one will have some nice photos OF THAT GOOD BUCK but ST will not and he sure did want to share them with All and he took one for the team by leaving the camera BE-HIND OOOOP"S frown.gif.

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ripstick    7
ripstick

Sorry to hear about the camera frank. The buck was nice but it sure wasnt nice enough for the camera.

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Ripstick thanks to you I called frank shocked.gif I felt bad as well but I called to tell him what you told me so we are in the dog house we should just get him a new camera we can try with our looks they just might give us one to get us out of the store :grin.:

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