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Scott K

Im torn?

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I have the chance to do my first fishing of the year this evening on open water, weather permited! But I want to watch the TWINS opener. I wish I had a tv in my boat! What is one to do?

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listen to it on the radio.

Fishing while having the radio tuned to the twins game is a time honored tradition.

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Thats an easy one. GO FISHING grin.gif Tape the game or listen on the radio.

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I decided if its raining hard, I will be watching the game in the comforts of my couch. If its not I will try to tune into 1500 to listen to the game while fishing, but I dont think it will come in!

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Twins have another 161 games to go. I'm sure if you miss one it won't be the end of the world.

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I tried my hand at fishing, tried! I went out, got to listen to the game as well, got a little wet, not bad. I didnt catch anything, a few bites, but it was nice getting out, no regrets! Way to go twins, and sign Justin they cant wait untill next year, the price will only go up!

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