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Leaving Friday mid morning for the V.

Cant wait to get back up to Gods Country.

If you are in the area of Dog Island and see boats at the dock stop by and say Hi.

We will have 2 boats working the east end. 17' Green & White Prince Craft and I will be in an older 19' Lund.

Cant wait... Yahooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!

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I will also be out working the east end, pike bay unless the fish arent biting there then i will be out in big bay. Younger guy in a red 12 foot lund with either a 4 horse or 15 horse johnson(whichever is running better).

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Hi Lazy, is that your new place on the east end of dog? I am sure you see me often...right in front of your dock. 19' Alumacraft...no lettering except St. Croix Rod sticker on the back. Good luck this weekend...remember there is always a hungry walleye somewhere!

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Look forward to meeting you both fwp & vermilionwally.

As far as the cabin, I wish it was mine! It is my father in laws and a few of his buddies. I got a key so I guess thats even a better deal smile.gif

I should be putting in about 5 tonight to do some scouting.

Good luck this weekend.

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Lazy,

I went past your cabin Wed. but no one around.

I will probably be in that area sometime this weekend.

Cliff

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Hope to see ya cliff!

I still owe ya a beer for the info and tips you gave me last winter.

Have a GREAT weekend!

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