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Bassboy1645

SO MUCH STUFF....

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yet so much money. I thought I was set before goign off to college after a grand total of 3500 spent on fishing and huntign gear last summer. HECK NO! Now I would like a newer bow, a trolling motor for the boat. IM prolly gonna need some new batteries and wave wackers too. crazy.gif Oh and after using my buddies climber tree stand last fall I want an Alpha Lone wolf... and some scentlock camo would be neat. A digitital camera and a laptop would be fun to have up here in school and the list goes on and on and on. grin.gifgrin.gif Really though a tree stand, battieries, and a trolling motor are probably on my prorities list but Id really like a newer bow. at least with a new bow my little brother could have my old one and go on his first bowhunt next fall. But Id really like a varmint rifle and a new truck and ect,ect,ect,ect grin.gifgrin.gifblush.giffrown.gifsmirk.gifcrazy.gif

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