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Royce Aardahl

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Hey dude, the board works for perch too!!

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Nice Perch EG. blush.gif

I've got a few Crappie type boards in the shop right now. wink.gifwink.gif

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Wheres mine?

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In my living room, come on over and we can discuse the state of the nation. Bring beer. grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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Can I come over too?

I wanna listen to the state of the nation discussions. grin.gif

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OF COURSE! We can take over where we were yesterday, with RR I'm sure it will really rock and roll, Fonz we need you. KT, jump in your truck and bring a sleeping bag. wink.gifwink.gif

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I don't know if you should invite BLB to any "State of the Nation" meetings..... he'll just mess em all up grin.gif

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MSRD...I wish! smirk.gif

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what's a guy gotta do to get one of those boards? They look awesome and would save my pant legs a lot of slime from trying to measure fish using my leg and a tape measure.

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MSRD's boards arent cheap, so if you are either willing to pony up with cash, beer, free fishing trips, or all of the above then all you can do about it is dream....

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Cash and beer i can do, don't know about free fishing trips...

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Just get him hooked up with a 20 inch smallie and he'll knock the price down. wink.gif

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This is the best I could do last year. crazy.gifcrazy.gifcrazy.gif

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But I'll get you this year EG, if there's any water in the creek. wink.gifwink.gif

Some of ya just ain't gonna let me live it down are ya. blush.gifblush.gif

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