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Steve Foss

Happy birthday, Chunkytrout, who turns . . .

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. . . 40 today! shocked.gifshocked.gifshocked.gifshocked.gif

I can't believe it, but I'm about to hook up the boat and go pick him up for a laker outing on Burntside in honor of this black day in Chunkytrout history.

In the snow . . . . confused.gif

I'll file a fishing report later, if we make it back alive.

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Happy Birthday Mike and good luck.

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Happy B-Day Chunky!

Finns.

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Well, it was a great day on the water, even if it was snowing when we started.

Just got home awhile ago. Livewell empty. Never broke out the net. Had not a single release. Threw everything at them in a variety of depths and locations with not a single bite.

But it was all good. Spent a day on the water banking up mojo with the laker gods, and had a fine time with a great friend during his 40th birthday. Heck, he doesn't look a day over 38. grin.gif

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Happy birthday chunky hope you had a great day on the water.

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Heck, he doesn't look a day over 38.
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Oh I dont know, when he sports that "Uncle Festus" look, he definitely looks all of 40 grin.gif

Happy B-day bud, and many more to come!!

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Steve,

This is really rotten, wnat you said about Mike. You told me earlier that he was older than me, and I rode a glacier to the Prom!! grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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Oh I dont know, when he sports that "Uncle Festus" look, he definitely looks all of 40
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Happy B-day bud, and many more to come!!


UNCLE FESTUS!?!

Hey I coined that look and millions of kids including yours will be sporting that look for generations to come!

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Steve,

This is really rotten, wnat you said about Mike. You told me earlier that he was older than me, and I rode a glacier to the Prom!!
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I tried to tell you to take the mammoth but noooooooo.

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Hes not kidding about the stone age travel.

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WILLLMMAAAAA! grin.gif

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Happy Birthday Mike smirk.gif.

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