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smg04    0
smg04

well i got all my ice gear out over the long weekend and am ready to go,it also turns out im on the early shift at work this week and am done at 2pm, just wondering if anybody wants to hook up and do a little iceing 2morrow afternoon around 3ish? i have no clue as to what condition the ice is around town but if anybody knows a fishable spot please let me know, i was kinda thinking fosters or KR-7, but any other suggestions would be appreciated

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Tyler Holm    0
Tyler Holm

Shawn,

I think I'm going to make it out to Willow Creek or Chester tonight and I'll let you know how the ice looks. I'm leaning towards Willow to do a little prefishing for the UPLR coming this Thurs.

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thanks tyler, i'd swing out and join u on willow 2nite but i already promised the old lady that we'd go out for supper and then im gonna swing by gander and f'farm to blow a couple giftcards on some last min tackle, if u wanna get out 2morrow or wed night to do a little more prefishing that would work, im not for sure if i'll make it out thur nite or not, prob but we'll c,if i cant make it out by 5:30 i'll try to swing by later to see how things are going and maybe do a little BS'ing with you guys, are there many "walk on" spots open yet for thurs nights event or are u filling up?

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Tyler Holm

There's room on Thursday night for the UPLR event. I've increased the max # of participants to 50. I'm guessing to have 20-30 folks, but I have no idea for sure how many will show up.

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nate larson    0
nate larson

Hey Shawn,

I might be up for a little fishing. Might be closer to 4:00 before I could go. Have you decided where you are going to go yet? Maybe I could meet up with you. Feel free to send me an email at larson_nate@hotmail.com.

Nate

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smg04    0
smg04

nate, i sent u an email

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nate, im not 4sure if the email went through or not, but if u'd like to meet up 2morrow around 4 that would work fine, as far as where to go, u prob know better than me where the good ice is at, i guess anywere would work, willow,fosters,KR-7, you can shoot me an email at shawng0001@hotmail.com if u want or just give me a call on my cell(507-273-0935)around 4 and we can talk

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nate larson

I just sent you an email...For some reason yours didn't come through.

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