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Naturboy

Found in Grand lake

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Naturboy

Found a rod in Grand Lake on the bottom with my camera. Fished it out and if you can describe it you can have it. Probably lost this year because no corrosion on the lure. 

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Team Bobberdown

Nice catch .boy them camera's are fun aint they.

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IceHawk

Nice job on the catch very honorable of you looking for the owner!

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Borch

If you had said grand I would have been in the game.  So close...

Nice job Paul.

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Tom Sawyer
4 minutes ago, Borch said:

If you had said grand I would have been in the game.  So close...

Nice job Paul.

 

21 hours ago, Naturboy said:

Found a rod in Grand Lake on the bottom with my camera. Fished it out and if you can describe it you can have it. Probably lost this year because no corrosion on the lure. 

Did I miss something? Looks like he said Grand to me.......

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Borch

Well what do you know, I read Grand but my brain saw Pearl.

PM coming Paul.

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eyeguy 54

its called tooooo much time on the ice syndrome. 

 

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Borch

Fake news.  There's no such thing... ;)

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smurfy

hey Borch...........did you 2 ever figure out if that was your rod  you donated to the lake?????? if it was how cool is that!!!!!!!!

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Naturboy

Nope it wasn’t his, but his was a nice one so I guess I’ll keep looking:)

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Borch

Lost mine in the crappie hole.  At least the water is deep there.  ;)

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ClamITup

How’s the truck travel out there or on any area lakes, thanks

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TheEyesofanAngler

broch did you lose a pole in pearl lake ? 

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On ‎3‎/‎9‎/‎2018 at 10:36 PM, Naturboy said:

Found a rod in Grand Lake on the bottom with my camera. Fished it out and if you can describe it you can have it. Probably lost this year because no corrosion on the lure. 

Was it a G.Loomis Conquest Mag Bass rod with a Shimano® Calcutta Conquest reel on it?  That would be mine! :)

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Borch
2 hours ago, TheEyesofanAngler said:

broch did you lose a pole in pearl lake ? 

Grand Lake. 

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TheEyesofanAngler

Oh ok! Was going to say I found a ice fishing rod  out on pearl lake 

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Borch

Thanks for checking. 

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