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IceJohn

Is this going to happen this winter??ICE JOHN

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IceJohn

Guess I will stop asking.ICE JOHN

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Crickschop04

Which one in particular were you inquiring about John???

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IceJohn

The one at Lake zumbro the Rochester bunch puts on.We always have fun with them guys.My weekends are filling up fast agin.Missed last year cause of this not knowing when.So end up at PC.Wis.GTG they are great guys too.ICE JOHN

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Tyler Holm

John, if you send me an email, I can get you in touch with the fella that runs the Zumbro GTG.

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Tyler Holm

The date just got set today (that I'm aware of). Feb 7th on Lake Zumbro - Fishermans Inn. I don't have any further details at this point.

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IceJohn

well this is just like last year that weekend is booked.Been that way for 2 months.Darn I really wanted to come North and fish.Maybe next year,if who ever plans it sooner.So I can get it in the book.Thanks for trying Tyler.ICE JOHN

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Tyler Holm

There is current discussion to change the date to the 28th of Feb. Hold tight as the date is not set in stone yet.

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Tyler Holm

There is a strong suggestion that the 28th is going to be the date. John or anybody, fire me a note if your interested in more details.

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IceJohn

Tyler,The 28 will work for me.ICE JOHN

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wheres the fish?

not to hijack the thread but there is a GTG in Waterville next saturday on Tetonka if any of you guys are interested! Check out the SC forum about it...

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