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Our weekend has arrived!!

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Alright ladies and gents, this weekend is the 2nd annual Kab fishing trip. Since it's been so dry up there I went out and bought a set of $200 foul-weather gear, if it's gonna rain hard up there once all summer it'll be the weekend I'm up.

I haven't seen any reports from the guys and gals that just got back from the lake last weekend. I'd appreciate a little update if you've got the time.

P.S. The guy that hit the island on Nam is my buddies neighbor. He is going in for surgery to fuse his nose bone back to his face. He may lose sight in one eye as well. Be safe everyone.

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You wouldnt happen to know what "island" that your friends neighbor hit? I'm just curious if this was an area that is normally under water and someplace others should beware of, or if he just messed up and ran aground on a known spot.

Hope that he comes thru the surgery well and doesnt lose the eyesight frown.gif

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