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Boxcar, where are you?

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I haven't seen anything from you for sometime. Whats up?

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Ive been working, made a couple of trips this winter did good,I just got back from Greece,was there two weeks what a trip on the go every day. I have no plans till end of june but I"ll sneek up. How about you fishing?

Later BAT

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Wasup for the opener, and did great. We are heading up thursday for another 7 days.With the lower water level,it is somewhat different on the favorite spots.Chewed a stainless prop up taking the boat out of the water at the ramp.see ya soon

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Ya I hear the water is low not sure I:m going to use the slip this year with the luck I have with lower units. I still have 19ft for back up.Whats Dave up to same as you I hope See you soon maybe this weekend

BAT

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