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Any FMers have a myspace???

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Wasn't sure where to post this but just wondering if any FMer's have a myspace... I myself do if other do add me as a friend. I'm bassman186 if you want to search me.

Take care;

~Matt

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i'm niftybob20

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Username: skynyrdrocks09

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I found bobb-o but couldnt find ya minni

Only 2 fmers so far? Theres got to be more out there :-)

~Matt

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imagine this, I'm Hovermn LOL grin.gif I haven't done much with the site though. Hardly use it at all.

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I love myspace!! I am on there! Look up my email. Tonofluv8atyahoodotcom if you want to be my friend!! grin.gif

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Mine is in my garage, the boat or my fish house depending on the season! grin.gifgrin.giflaugh.gif

Tunrevir~ cool.gif

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Hahaha that was clever

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Mine is: www.myspace.com/funkychicken13

Who can name the fishing connotation in the name ??? ...not you commonsenseguy or Muskiejunkie

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muskie lure

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Funky Chicken is a name of a color of an Exude RT Slug... is that it?

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The Funky Chicken bucktail made by Shumway is what I was alluding to, and apparently also a slug color...nice work : )

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haha yea i have a funky chicken.Its a good bait

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