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pascooter94

any reports want to try next weekend?

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Lang

i was at richerts the other day and all i heard was that there was lots of smaller panfish biting out there and thats all i have heard. i would like to try it too sometime but im having to much fun river fishing.

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thanks for the update i think im going to try it all i can do is go out and enjoy the time with the family.

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ret swabby

Pa I heard that you were going to just fish pannies all year and that you are going to be band from the jig in 2007??

Can you send me the clubs sked for 2007?

Terry

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hey swabby, was in your neck of the woods last weekend went to the anderson resort, bills wife had her 50th b-day so we were at there house. frist time i can think of that not a rod was was in the truck shocked.gif but it felt great just to kick back, as for sked it stands lura 2,washington/stella june 17,syivia/twin july 14,big lake 15,long by willmar aug 4 green 5 and the parking lot in sept as it stands now,hope your staying out of trouble but thats not always fun but thats the way it goes. tammy says hi, say hi to mary also.

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Lang

So did you make it out there? how did you do

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yes was out, alot of small fish, lost one eye at the boat water temp was ok but not sure were the big ones are? left there went to long lake and and got a few eyes and the crappies are going had a blast.

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ret swabby

PA which Big Lake is on 7/14? West of Richmond? If it is we need to chat.

Terry

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you bet thats the one.

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