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GlassEyeangler

Just Remember...Bass aren't fish

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JUST KIDDING!

got your attention though...he he.

Happy Opener! (...next week)

I will be forced to walk the halls of MOA with out of town relatives, uuggh...so catch one for me.

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you have my sympathy

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You have my empathy also.

You would think a place that big with all the stuff there they could put in a fishing pond. grin.gif

Lynn J.

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i'll be sure to put a spinner bait in my pocket for good luck to all of you hunting down the largemouth and smallies!

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Speaking of a fishing pond at the MOA. What is the latest in regards to a Bass Pro Shop being built there? Have not heard much for quite some time.

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Last I heard about it was they had filed a preliminary plan with a large bass pro shop with a large hotel on top of it.

But that was about a month ago.

Lynn J

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Looking forward to Bass Pro Shops coming, but I wonder if the outdoor community can support so many outdoor stores. I know the mall brings in a ton of out-of-townies, so that will help that store. I still go to Gander most of the time because it's close to home. I go to Cabelas when I want to spend more time trolling fishing isles, but mostly just once a year. Had a clumbsy young staff person at Gander drop the alum. spool of a favorite reel while attemping to put new line on it last week. Sometimes a really miss the old Burger Bros!

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