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Quickstrike

38 inch Looper caught on north shore this morning!!!

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sorry, had to do it tongue.gif

APRIL FOOLS

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You sure got my attention, good one.

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DUHHHH! Good try. smirk.gif

Heres one for ya.

Cheffrey and Quickstrike win Grand Slam Walleye Tournament.

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Heres ONE for ya Skipper's kid and northlander win the Grand Slam Walleye Tournament.

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Had me there for a minute grin.gif

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"I WANT to believe," said agent Mulder.

"Science tells us it's impossible," said agent Scully. grin.gif

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Good one, you got me on it. I opened up this forum and went right to this thread. grin.gif

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Got me too!!

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Got me Kent, but Northlanders is way more unbelievable grin.gif You fishing Sconnie Tomorrow?

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Rivers are pretty muddy, i think i'm gonna wait til later in the week and get some things done around here tommorrow.

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Nice one you owe me two.

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Day late but still basically made my eyes pop out. Thanks for that one and you better catch enough fish for me this spring.

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Got me all the way down here in Minneapolis!

And a day late no less tongue.gif!

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