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GreyWolf

crappiekeith questions about BSL

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GreyWolf

Crappie Keith

Hey there you seem to be knowledgable on BSL. I have reviewed a few of your posts, and decided tom join this forum just today. I asked hte administrator if I could tell you to e-mail me, he said that as long as there wasn't aq hint of something funny going on it should be ok, so here goes.

I fish a lot, and fish a few tournaments too. I purchased a cabin on BSL 4 years ago, not so much for fishing, but mostly for the wife to have fun at. Me & the kdis have caught some nice crappies, gills & perch without really trying. I am interested in fishing for some walleyes there. I understand that they run small and are hard to find. Might you be interested in taking me fishing and shwoing me around? I am not looking for your honey hole, just some possibilities. We can take my boat & gas, I'll also provide the bait, you tell me what to bring.

If you are available Memorial Day weekend any time, I will be up there with my boat. Drop me a line would you please.

Thanks

Tim Zwieg

npaa919@yahoo.com

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palisade1kid

Sure I can .I do not have anything set in stone yet so why not.

Meeting new guys and having fun is what it's all about,right?

I don't know all of the spots ,but I can show you the ones I'll catch eyes on.

Where is your cabin on the lake?

Maybe you don't want to put that here.

I'll just email you & no there's nothing funny going on here unless you want to laugh at me being goofy when I start rearin....

Oh Lord give me strength!

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so I'm a goof ball ,but I can be serious too.

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ozzie

LOL grin.gif I don't know which is you being funny and which is being serious with that pink shirt!!! J/K grin.gif

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palisade1kid

It's red ,but inside out.

I've been pinged a lot on that one.I'll just have to live with it. tongue.gif

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JBMasterAngler

Was it your fishing excellence that caught you the eye in that 1st pic or was it the rally cap? grin.gif

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GreyWolf

Welcome to Fishing Minnesota and Hot Spot Outdoors. Glad to have you aboard. smile.gif

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palisade1kid

To be honest ,last year I was making fun of a guy you guys know. Pierbridge,well I was doing an impression.Not very good one I'll admit,just goofing off.He was getting these nice eyes and huge cats down in the cities,well there it is.

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