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DTro

RIP "LuckyDevil" Jim

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DTro

I only met jim briefly a couple of times, but he was on the river all the time and I know there are some of us here that were very close to him. My condolences to his family and friends

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Whisker Warrior

Sad to hear as I had the privilege to meet Jim as well a few times on the river...The man sure knew how to catch a walleye! My condolences to Friends and family.

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HotPocket

Thanks Darren, He will be missed so much

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LeAndra

Thanks for posting this Darren. Jim, you will be missed by many! I am happy to have had the chance to fish along side you and call you a friend. I know you're up there right now tossin' around your favorite lures and finding new ones... May you always be remembered for the great man you are. May you rest in peace and your days be filled with 10'lb'ers and everything! We'll be seein' you...

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DARK30

I was looking forward to spending some time with him this fall...thats two good river rats gone.

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Scott K

I did'nt know him at all, but I respect all river rats, and it is sad to see another one gone frown RIP

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A.W.Wolfram

That is sad news indeed. I had the pleasure of fishing with Jim on many occasions. He was the “Mr. Minnesota River Walleye” and a true honest to god “Old River Rat”. I learned a lot form him.

RIP “LuckyDevil” and my you find those 14#er’s on that ever flowing current seam in the sky.

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Gordie

RIP Luckydevil

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