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Duffman

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I was up camping near Ely this past weekend, we ventured out of the Lake One access. Well, about three portages west of the access on the Kawishwi River, we somehow forgot to load up the Big Pan in the canoe yesterday. So if anybody finds it or hears of it being found, I would love to get it back to it's owner. Here's a pic of one, the one left behind had it's own custom cover/backpack combo. Spread the word, I'd love to see the web bring this baby back. It can be found near abouts- 47 55' 18" N

91 31' 50" W

Thanks

Duff

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threeball

I object to the misleading title of this thread. I thought it was going to mention a Hillary sighting by a hunter.

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jimmy4218

Well I'm sorry to hear about your pan, but whatever you were cooking in that thing looked MIGHTY TASTY! laugh.gif

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Steve Foss

threeball, you're so bad!

Good luck with the pan. I'll keep my ears open. You might call WELY Radio at (218) 365-4444. They take lots of lost and found messages and broadcast them.

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Surface Tension

Holly Cow, you'd think you would'a noticed that the pack was about 30 lbs lighter. grin.gif Nicely seasoned pan, hope you get it back.

Looks like good grub too. Green and Red pepper, onion, and what SM bass? wink.gif

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JustinG

UGH!!!....I would rather eat my athlete's foot encrusted socks than eat a smallmouth bass.

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upnorth

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UGH!!!....I would rather eat my athlete's foot encrusted socks than eat a smallmouth bass.


That sounds disturbing shocked.gif

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SkunkedAgain

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UGH!!!....I would rather eat my athlete's foot encrusted socks than eat a smallmouth bass.


Hey, anything is good when fried in a good beer batter.

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Duffman

Just a few comments for the peanut gallery. grin.gif

That is Chicken Fajitas, and yes they were awesome. laugh.gif

Everything that was in my canoe at the access when we left was in my canoe when we returned, plus a garbage bag w/garbage. wink.gif

The pan in the picture is seasoned perfectly, the pan that was left behind was on it's virgin trip. frown.gif

Smallmouth? Paalease, I don't even eat Northerns. Since we didn't find any 'eyes this trip we settled for a meal of BW sunnys and crappies. cool.gif

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