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Captain B.R.K

Coming up for the 1st time

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Stu- left you a message this evening. A few buddies and I are heading up middle of March! Looking forward to hearing from you. Sure hope those greenbacks go on the chew in about a month grin.gif

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Stu- left you a message this evening. A few buddies and I are heading up middle of March! Looking forward to hearing from you. Sure hope those greenbacks go on the chew in about a month
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If the current action on the lake is any indication, the bite should be hot by the time you guys arrive. Because of personal reasons I haven't been fishing for the past two weeks. We're planning a trip out on the lake this coming Friday. I'll post a report on the results.

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Stu - let us know how you do this weekend if you get out! Was watching the HSO video the other night, got my blood pumping pumping for our March trip. Not going to get my expectations up to high yet. Look forward to hearing from you soon.

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Stu- Did you get out this last weekend with the group of guys you mentioned to me about? I'll follow up with you as we get closer to the 16th.

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Brandon, read Canuck's post "March Madness".

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