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Happy Birthday Capt. Blaine!

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Another year of fishin under the belt man. Many more to come. Have a good and "Your bobbers down". grin.gif

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Have a good one!

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Happy Birthday Blaine,

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HAPPY B-DAY Good Luck

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Probably would have been better if I remembered when I talked to ya earlier but happy birthday man. Hope your presentation went well too!

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Thanks everyone!! To bad my b-day doesn’t fall during Walleye season, or I could have taken the day off and went fishing smile.gif

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Have a great one if you haven't already!

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Hope your day was good! Say, are you planning a trip to Canada in the next week? I saw someone on a different forum by the name of Capt Blaine discussing this.

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Thanks guys, I had a good one smile.gif

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are you planning a trip to Canada in the next week


Yep, Cashcrews and I are heading up there Friday. Hopefully the fishing will be good! smile.gif Have you been there lately?

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I am heading up to Canada this Friday also. How far are you guys going up?

Justin

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Crow lake just north of Nester falls. How about you?

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Kenora...I will be trucking right on past you guys!

Justin

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Good luck! let us know how you do.

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Capt. Blaine, email me if you get a chance.

hoyj @ co.st-louis.mn.us

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