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Jim Uran

A decent walleye

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This was from Saturday night at about 7:30 we were just ready to leave when two flags popped up. My woman pulled in an 18"er and I got this 26"er. Fishing has been steady that same night She pulled in a 14"er and we caught 4 crappies and a few bluegills with the boys out in the fishhouse.

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Hey Jim,

Finely had time to get back to you, i was up to you lake

two wekends ago, seen your two houses and talked to Tom, and later trhat evening another guy came to Toms shack and your Dad and friend showed up from the other side of the lake, the fish were not biting, but the one guy gave me a few crappie he caught in the morning. I just wanted to say, your Family and friends were very friendly and did not get upset

that i was there. Say hello to them and maybe if i can make it up again, i will meet you, keep me posted on my email.

THANKS,

Steve C.

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nice piggie there leechbait!

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