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No no you will not

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25 minutes ago, eyeguy 54 said:

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Now that's funny. I just saw that meme literally 20 seconds ago.

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I think it's appropriate to bring back this meme in response 

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Cret Jigs

" Just not feeling it today"    How appropriate - All week at work(so Busy) and going to go out Ice Fishing Saturday morning.    Loaded the truck up with everything and the last thing i did "twinge"  through my back out just as i was going to leave ... spent the day on ice and heat and ibuprofen and doing much better today.   Got plans with family most of the day .... truck still loaded in case i get back early and loosen up more LOL.   LIFE - LOL!!

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ozzie

been there a time or 2 Cret!  hope your back is feeling better!!

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monstermoose78

Feel better soon cret we got gills to catch

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eyeguy 54

You wounded too cret?It ain’t fun. 

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Borch

Mine popped Sunday and I was on the lake zipping up the pant leg on my ice suit.   Luckily it settled down because I was fishing either way.  😁

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eyeguy 54

Was nice to see those pics. Tight lines!

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Cret Jigs

Well getting ready to go out Today back to a nice little bay in Minnetonka .... back is better after a good 2-4 day soreness that finally subsided.   truck is all ready packed from last Saturday lol ...  going to be warm enough today so wont mess with setting up a hub ect....    will try to remember to shoot some pics.   hope you all have a great day and will report back tonight.   Thanks for all the well wishing as when you have a bad back ... life stops when it acts up (UGH)  been lucky enough to be smart and manage it but i'm going to enjoy everytime i can fish!!

 

Cret

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On 2/17/2020 at 7:52 PM, eyeguy 54 said:

You wounded too cret?It ain’t fun. 

 

How is your health coming along?   Keep the Faith Brother!

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eyeguy 54

Doing ok. Went the ibuprofen route so first few days were rough and I growled a lot. lol. Itchy now. All worth it hopefully 😁

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Wanderer

I hope it’s worth it for you too.  Back issues are the worst!  Relief is GOLDEN!

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eyeguy 54

Already had two back surgeries. 2006. 2010. First one went a lot better than second. Narcotics 9 months and terrible withdrawals. That’s why ibuprofen for this trip under the knife. I did the shoulder block. Only way to go for the first day of relief. 

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smurfy

Hope it goes well for you eyeguy!!👍 I had a minimally invasive back surgery  back in 2017. Can't believe I waited 12 years to do it. Yea they gave me oxy but I did not like how it made me feel. Know I know what a female feels like with hot flashes. UFFDA! I quit taking them.

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eyeguy 54

Ya it was nasty. Went from 202 down to 168 in 30 days. Couldn’t sleep or eat much. Crazy time!!

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good luck eyeguy!!!

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Cret Jigs

Wow ... the back held up today!!   Always forget to take pics UGH ... wish i had taken some, just a great day on the ice.  met some very nice people ... and enjoyed the great weather.  brought home 7 Sunnies, 2 crappies, and a large mouth.  Missed a bunch and caught numerous border line pannies.   Great great time.  

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