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fishingboy2008    0
fishingboy2008

Anybody plan on getting there boats out? im in the process of taking mine apart and going to rewire the lights and paint it when i have these next few days off from work and school wink.gif my guess is that im hoping it will be done before opener. meanwhile ill fish for some trout down at the ponds when it opens here in 2 weeks and maybe fish from shore for some panfish grin.gif

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PDOGG    0
PDOGG

I traded mine in last week and am supposed to be getting the new one before easter weekend so as long as there is a little clear weather I will be out in it sometime whether I have time to fish or not. This being without a boat is really starting to get to me. I hit the river last weekend with a friend in his boat but it's just not the same as being in your own. I'm really getting the itch to get out in the boat and I think its kind of annoying the people at the boat dealer cuz I keep calling them to find out when it will be ready.

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Team Otter    0
Team Otter

I'm patiently waiting for my new one too. smirk.gif

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Sifty    10
Sifty

I got a look at mine this past weekend and hope to get it out this weekend.

All I have to move is 2 combines ,4 hay wagons , and 3 gravite boxes. grin.gif

Sifty

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eyepatrol    0
eyepatrol

Not Easter weekend. Probably the 10th or 11th in the evening though. Need to run it b-4 the Sturgeon Excursion. cool.gif (and just as well fish too, eh?) wink.gif

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wplatehunter    0
wplatehunter

We just got back from a 4 night 5 day trip to Lake Erie. It felt great to be back on open water.

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fishingboy2008    0
fishingboy2008

how well did u do on Lake Erie? It looks like its going to be in the 40's for easter weekend. im just waiting to get the boat out on opener and fish all day long. i haven't done any kind of fishing since ice out. has anybody been having any luck on any of the area lakes?

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Bassboy1645    0
Bassboy1645

Dont forget to sort your tackle. Dynamitte 2!!! grin.gifgrin.gif Srry bro just giving ya some ****!!

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Papa Grump    0
Papa Grump

Sifty- You should store your boat at my place next year, all you have to move is a couple of cats out of the way.

Got the River Pro out on Jefferson on Monday for a couple hours of fun. Seemed kind of lost with no rocks/logs/ sandbars to rodeo around smirk.gif

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Sifty    10
Sifty

Thanks Brian, I think Brenda's dad has me store it at the farm so he has someone to help move all the stuff in and out.

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I bet it was nice to be on the open water.

Have a great Easter.

Sifty

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wplatehunter    0
wplatehunter

Lake Erie was slow and windy. The water was very muddy. The fish we did pick up were nice.

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