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If any body has been woundering where Rozman has been he and his wife had a boy at 3am Valentines day so we have a new fisherman comeing way to go Rozman!And my dauther had a boy on tue. so I am grandpa to another fisherman with us.

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Congrats!! Hope the wife lets you get out and fish a little.

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Looks like a huge congrats to you. smile.gif

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That's awesome! Congrats to you and congrats to Rozman! grin.gif

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congrats to all! hope everything went well !

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Thanks guys the kids are doing great and I am going to get back out this weekend fishing is easyer.

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