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Darrell Larson

Lights Please!

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Just a friendly reminder that if you are out on the lake during dark time, please illuminate your boat properly, according to the DNR. I have at times been sitting by the fire ring, relaxing and I can hear a boat, but I can't see a boat until they cross the moon light off the lake. Be safe and let the rescue people have their time off also. Have a good opener, and good fishing to you all.

Darrell.

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This is one of the biggest hazards that people face out there. Everyone thinks that with this much water, how could an accident happen. Well, it does, and when it does, the results are usually bad.

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Darrell,

See you on Friday! laugh.gif

I'll leave the light on! grin.gif

Cliff

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Sounds good Cliff, I am going to try and get out of Dodge in the early am, speaking of Dodge, the truck is back on the road again. For how long who knows. See you in the late morning. Could you remove the "For Sale" sign off the boat before I get there grin.gif. Later Darrell.

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