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Royce Aardahl

Serious Ice Fisherman

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Who can name this serious ice fisherman???

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riverratzshadow!!!!!!!!!!

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Whoever it is looks like he need a kick in the ........ grin.gifgrin.gif

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PORN!!!!

PORN on FM. tongue.giftongue.gif

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hey riverdog,

do you make those awsome measuring devices i seen on the mille lacs threads? thats the nicest ive seen so far.

regards,

minnesotatuff

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Yes I do and,.......Thank You.

You can go to my profile and then go to my website, there's 2 pages of em. But here ya go if you're computer challenged

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MSRD... I know you've given many of your boards away...But, are you now selling them?

If you're not offering them up sale, I'd say your link would be "OK".

If you're selling them, I'd hafta guess you should speak with Rick about some sort of sponsor agreement.

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very cool riverdog. i bet you have some nice cribbage boards too. i was particularily interested in the fish measuring device. i have designed one but have yet to produce a model. the one i have designed is strictly utilitarian. yours are pieces of art! keep up the great work.

regards,

minnesotatuff

ps, i read all the posts on the mille lacs thread and rarely get to the river. although as a kid i had lots of experience on the minnesota river near the black dog plant for catfish.

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Thank's again, there's a lot of hand work that goes into them, I've met a lot of guy's that want to make one like them but the process will stop them after one, it's been a great learning experience. Cribbage boards, I don't have enough drill bit's. blush.gifblush.gif

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I'll borrow you mine if you make me one. grin.gif

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Let me think about this NO, good try EG. Buy me a hole drilling template and I'll think again. smirk.gifsmirk.gif

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who dat, who dere?

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Let me think about this NO, good try EG. Buy me a hole drilling template and I'll think again.
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can't blame a guy for trying grin.gif

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