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OLY

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OLY

Well after years of staying at the royal shooks this year I am finally staying with the famous Waskish Minnow station. I will be up from sunday untill wednesday, cant wait to meet Kelly and Jonny P. I have one question for you guys, you have had thousands of people stay in your rentals what are some of the things people most commonly forget to bring with them? I think I have everything pretty well covered just wondering if over the years their is something you notice people forgetting to bring with?

The weather looks like it is going to be stable for the next week or so hopefully we will be arriving to an improved bite, cant wait, see you guys sunday.

OLY

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Random guy

Fillet Knife

Pots/pans cooking stuff (we have ovens in the houses)

Extra flasher battery/charger

ice for drinks

hand towels/slime rags

bucket for fish

working cell phone/charger

hook-outs

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BLACKJACK

Just bring the lady pictured in your Avatar and you won't be worrying about what you forgot!!!! smile

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Aces In The Hole

I would have to agree with BlackJack...

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Tully

Problem is, she could snap your neck if you get out of line.

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OLY

Yeah it would be wierd knowing your woman could kill you at any moment, but I think I could learn to deal with it!

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kelly-p

She's not coming along? frown

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OLY

Dont we all wish. Hey Kelly sorry to hear about your leg, thats gotta suck. Hope it doesnt stop you from coming out and having a beer with us.

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Hope it doesnt stop you from coming out

Patsy tried to keep Kelly off the lake for a few days to get some rest...that lasted about fifteen minutes.

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Hope it doesnt stop you from coming out

Patsy tried to keep Kelly off the lake for a few days to get some rest...that lasted about fifteen minutes.

That long!!! She must have had a big stick grin

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