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mime64

I know a person who found a tackle box in Lake Koronis area last week.  If you lost it let me know and I'll get you his number so you can identify and possiblyget your stuff back.

Mike

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slurpie

I know a person who found a tackle box in Lake Koronis area last week.  If you lost it let me know and I'll get you his number so you can identify and possiblyget your stuff back.

Mike

I lost a tackle box a month ago if it's an older box 3 trays full of spinners and rigging supplies it would be mine.  If not that description. Thanks anyways. 

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mime64

Sorry Slurpie,..   That's not what was found.  Sorry you lost your tackle.  That sucks for anyone.

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JeremyCampbell

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This is cool.Thanks for your effort of trying to return these items to the owner.

Good deal man...

 

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Jesse McEachern

OMG i believe it is mine!    can you call me so i can describe it to you?  please?

 

Jesse McEachern 612-388-4425

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Jesse McEachern

opens on both sides, old school and i can describe everything in it.  old grizzly chew tin holding a bunch of slips and beads, etc.

 

please call when you can 612.388.4425 or text

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Jesse McEachern

oh my, just realised this is 4 years old

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leech~~
38 minutes ago, Jesse McEachern said:

oh my, just realised this is 4 years old

 

That's ok.  Now that your here may be you can post something more current!  Welcome.  😉

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