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Jonny P.

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Here are some pictures of your new Lake trout/ Muskie/ Jumbo Northern Pike Ice fishing rod. It would also be a fun rod out of a boat in the summer. Its 46 inches long, made from a fiberglass blank and has a suger maple handle with a muskie laser ingraved into it with a sweet thread wrap. It makes all the other ice fishing rods look tiny!!!! smirk.gif I need a mailing address to send it too. confused.gif12828981ne7.jpggrin.gif Troy Pike grin.gif

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1848 50th ST E #107

Inver Grove Hts. MN 55077 wink.gif hehehe

You gonna customise it with my name too? grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif I'll make sure Jon gets it (when I'm tru wit it!)

heheheeh

I seen Jon's other rod you made for him.... sweeeeeeet!

Good Luck!

Ken

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That's a cool rod.

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Looks like we can put the broom handle back on the broom. grin.gifgrin.gif

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Nice rod excellent detail!

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Dude, It's Waskish. Just Jonny P, Waskish MN. grin.gif

Look on my webpage in the "Cantact Jonny P" Its all there.

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