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anyone looking for someone to share expenses

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I am a new member of this forum. I retired from the Marine Corps a number of years ago and I find that I have lots of time on hand and nowhere to go or get there (I do not have a car). Sure would like to find someone thats is looking for a fishing buddy to help share expenses. I live in Mason City, Iowa. My email is tbuss@mchsi.com Terry

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If I lived closer, I would certainly pick you up for some fishing smile.gif I can pretty much guarantee you will probably have a few people invite you along.

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Jarhead... if you are ever coming to this area let me know and this retired Flyboy will take you fishing! Heck, I will even bring along some Moose Drool! (Great dark beer!) Have a good one and N Joy the Hunt././Jimbo

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Well if I am ever in IA I will be sure to look you up. You may get a better response if you post this same message in the IA forum thread. Good Fishing!!!

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jarhead, If you ever get up where I live,Warroad,MN on Lake of the Woods,there's an empty seat in my boat for you anytime! Also have a place for you to stay. It would be an honor to have you as my guest! grin.gif 1DIRTBALL wink.gif

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I appreciate the reply, sure wish I lived up where you do. Maybe somday, Terry

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Happy B-Day Duckslayer. Have a good one and tight lines to ya.

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