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Sarpy Creek Boy

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Sarpy Creek Boy

We have mentioned a get together on Waconia before I move out of state. The only day I am going to have free will be Sat the 23rd.

Lane

Dan

Dino

Darrick

Joe the Cop

His neighbor Jon

AJ

Kodiak, we met on cemetary once.

(I am only using your real names because I, for the life of me cannot remember the screen names)

Are you all still in?

We can meet at Mases and go from there lets set up a time.

sarpy

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Kylersk

Hey Sarpy!

Sorry, but on the 23rd I plan on being up on Upper Red lake, otherwise I'd definatly attend.

Anyways, have a great time!

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Sarpy Creek Boy

Hey Kylersk,

How's the walleye hunt on Waconia been this year? Any big one's or good stories like last year?

Sarpy Creek Boy

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Kylersk

Bah! Only a couple small walleyes.. I've been mainly trying to catch panfish and that aint going well. Since I've built the house, my fishing on Waconia has gone down hill.

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Sarpy Creek Boy

You might try what I did last year, I moved my house every weekend, and never did I put my house near any other houses. I mean I put my house where no other house ever sits, and where the vehicles never travel,and I had my best year ever for walleyes on Waconia. If you still have my phone # give me a call and I will give you a couple of the spots.

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saloonsoftball76

What time are you thinking. i think the 24th is the last day for eyes.

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AJ

Sounds like a good excuse to get out on Waconia, Sarpy. I hope to be there. Won't be the same without your fish house, but we will manage.

AJ

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Sarpy Creek Boy

Probably mid afternoon into the evening/night.

Adam,

I kept the Voyager, for those long trips I am going to have to make in Montana to get to some ice fishing spots. I think the closest Walleye spot to me will be Fort Peck, about a 4 - 4 1/2 hour drive..

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scalescratcher

Hey Sarpy,

So far I'm in for the 23rd. My phone crashed so I lost your #. I'll try dropping you an email or if you still have my # give me a call. I'll be out of town until the evening of 2/14.

Dino

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Sarpy Creek Boy

Lane, good talking to you Fri night

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Sarpy Creek Boy

Let's meet around 3:00 - 3:30 on the ice in front of Mases.

We can decide where to go from there.

If the time is an issue go ahead and post up and then we can nail down a time that suits everybody.

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