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JustinG

Great Outdoors-Here is a Taste

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Ok, Here is just a little taste, a teaser for what you have gotten yourself into this coming winter. The "Fish Master" will show no mercy!!!

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Nice fish Justin, who caught them?? cool.gif Now show us the pictures of any fish you ever caught in Minnesota (of course, that would be a picture of a can of Kipper Snacks) grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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Jim, Jim, Jim....

Are you really getting senile now too? All you have to do is check out your own photo archives from this winter!!! smirk.gif

Honestly, do you really want me to post all those pictures from Minnesota ice fishing this year? That could take days or weeks. grin.gif

Justin

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Justin, Justin, Justin, smirk.gif

My photo archives are on the wall of the bait shop, you know the pictures of all the big walleyes that you stare at in envy and go, "WOW" everytime you come in! grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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You know, Its a good thing you do your own candle making. I am sure that the shrine you have down in the basement of the shop honoring the "Fish Master" would cost you a fortune if you didn't!!! grin.gif

Anyhow, Lets get out fishing some evening!

Justin

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The candle in the Shrine I have in the basement of the shop honoring you, is proportional to your fishing skills, which is- burnt out, and non existent! grin.gifgrin.gif

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