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I'm counting down, can't wait. I was wondering who's going to be staying at Ojibway resort, if anyone. I will be rolling in around 2 PM Friday. It would be nice to meet some of the FMers, and put a face with the user names. I don't post a lot on the site, however, I do read it every day. I didn't make it last year, due to a death in the family. I hope Ken has or will find some mushrooms. Hint, hint. What I really hope is for no east wind, good sunshine, and moderate temps.

Matt

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Hi Matt,

As of Thursday it'll be you, Roger, Dan, Wayne(Zitzow), Rick(Hammer),and myself. We're not sure about Ron Kobes and his son Adam. Holding our breath on the weather as Friday is showing rain but temps in the low 70's and evening temps in the 50's. We'll have a better idea come Tuesday or Wednesday. Looks like Pike Bay on Saturday and Sunday with a side trip to Upper Red on Monday. So bring some Crappie gear. Hey- don't forget the home-grown sweet corn and remind Roger to bring that smoked Wild Turkey breast!!! Single Malt and cigars from me to all who are interested. You two have a safe trip up from Missouri.

dockehr-chairman of a tackle company based out of Brainerd.

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Hello Doc,

Man its raining down here. Up to 6 inches so far and still coming. Flooding in several places, roads closed, the airport called and needs dads plane moved to higher ground. I hope he can get there.

Dan's bringing one of his Missouri turkey's to fry up. I don't think I have any sweet corn left. Bad year last year the raccoons beat us to it. I'll dig farther into the freezer and hope. We'll have the sweet corn under the irrigation this year, as long as it doesn't flood us out. The ole muddy Missouri river might show us a thing or two this year.

I'll stop typing and save all the chit chat for this weekend.

Matt

P.S. Is that single malt vanilla or chocolate. LOL..Maybe a little crown and marlboros.

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I wish we could get some more rain up here at Cass....

Beef

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