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New Toy

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UPS just dropped off a new FL-20 Dual Bean Pro Pack II. I can't wait to test it out, I've never played with the dual beam before. I will be in South Dakota by Dark. Has anyone been out in Wahbay?

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Talked to a couple kids from watertown who were up that direction during spring break last week. Pretty sure they said waubay. They did well

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Nice toy. I'll have one next year after I retire ol' reliable, the FL-8.

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I retired my FL-8 this year for a LX5 and that FL 8 was a very very good unit. Im glad I also went with the Marcum. smile.gif

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I've got one and you will really like it alot they work great I had a fl-18 with the dual trans and this fl-20 work way better. I like if you are in the sun you still can see it. got luck

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Maybe I shouldn't wait until next year...

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