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JustinG

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Hey Jim-

I was just wondering if you know if there is current between Long and Dollar Island? Do I dare drive my truck through there? Thinking about trying it out there sometime-looks like a good spot to fish.

Justin

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Yo, Justin

No current between Long and Dollar Islands, so you can drive your truck, but keep going because it's not that good of a spot. frown.gif

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Jim,

Thanks for the info there, old Burntside guru!! smirk.gif Well, the working world is just not what is cracked up to be. I would much rather be out the chasing the fish around! Well, if the weather lets up Saturday and is nice on Sunday, I think I will go out to Burntside and do some more chasing. I will stop by and discuss strategy Sunday am. I really hope this snow misses us- so far so good!

Later,

Justin

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Sounds good cool.gif

Feel like having some more company on Sunday. Got a few more places I'd like to try. Between your vexilar and my camera, we can see what what those little rascals are doing to stick it to us grin.gif

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Yeah!!!!!!!!! LETS GO MAN!!!!!!! grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

Maybe you could lead the way out in your plow truck?? I would love to get out there and CRUSH some of those lakers!!! The weather is going to clear and it is going to be nice- 31 degrees!!

I will stop by tomorrow (Sat) for a game plan!

Justin

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Justin,

What time are you going out on Sunday if you go? I'm undecided if I'm going Sunday or not but good chance I will. I will have same truck and trailer as last Wed. It sounds like it will be 30 or so, but maybe some wind.

Dave

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Hey Dave,

Great Outdoors and I are heading out tomorrow afternoon sometime. Probably around 1 or so??? We will be heading out from Van Vac in Trucks. A white Dodge and a Red Chevy. Actually, A (nice) white Dodge and a (junky) red chevy! grin.gif Not sure where exactly we are headed, but I am bringing some beer-Stop by and say hello!

Justin

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Justin,

If I come up I'll be there in the morning and usually stay until 4 or 4:30. I'll probably go where I was the other day, west of waters island on that reef goes east of the little island, close to where you go into school section bay. Sled is a blue polaris and house is green.

Dave

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Ok Dave,

Well, I am sure that we will be driving out past that area. If I see you off in the distance, I will blare the horn at ya!! smile.gif You will know its me!! Stop by and say hello if you would like.

Justin

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