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curt quesnell

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curt quesnell

First off, thank your very much Rick Paquin
for the space on this fantastic website.
A website growing so fast it must be a real
challenge just to keep everything moving
with all the traffic.

We have some school teachers on board with
us so that will be extra pressure to try to
spell words right and put the punctuation
where it belongs (for us and them!)

Lets keep our new place busy and impress the
rest of the forums with our numbers.

Dont be afraid to post topics about other
places you may fish or let us know when you
post something of value in one of the other
forums.

Finally, if we have a forum get together
sometime we wont have far to travel.

Have at it.....

Curt Quesnell

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Wobbler

Anybody been on the river by 8th street lately? I heard it has been really slow!

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Lip RIPPER!

People have been picking off a few between 8th street and 3rd street bridge. It should make for an interesting fishing derby on Sunday. I wonder who will catch the 8 oz. mud puppy and walk away the champ!

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Crappie Killer

Yeah, I haven't heard a good report from 8th street bridge for quite a few days. I think that area needs a break from the fishing for a while. If I was going to fish the river this weekend, I'd either head east up the Red lake, or north up the Thief.

This could be a good site to post reports for Maple, Union and Lake Sarah, seeing as they don't have their own forum. I'm heading to Maple tomorrow, so I'll post how we did this weekend.

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Rockroll

With the warm weather there is still open water below the dam. I know of a guy that smacked some nice eyes with a rod and reel two weeks ago. I tried it but could only catch one 17 incher. I may try it tomarrow if i dont go to the L.O.W.

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Rockroll

Ripper , It depends on the job market. I may be here for a while. I used to be here all the time.

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Jig O Bit

Thanks for the site Rick. I don't fish the river much, but might if I get some good info on this site! Lip Ripper, have we figured out who Rockroll is yet?

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Lip RIPPER!

I think this site can be used like was suggested earlier to help fisherman with the surrounding lakes and rivers. The river in town runs a long ways. Rockroll, show yourself!

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Lip RIPPER!

rockroll, did you recently move to TRF or are you from outside the community?

[This message has been edited by Lip RIPPER! (edited 01-25-2002).]

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