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Curt, thanks for hooking us up with a Thief River board. Fished LOW on saturday with "1tohunt" and bunch of other guys. Went out of Morris in about 26 ft. We did pretty good on saugers with a couple decent walleyes too.
I fished the river last wednesday down by the curves on Robinhood drive, 2 northerns and even caught two perch on the river, never seen them in the river before?

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Crappie Killer

willy, how far east are guys driving? Are there houses out by the park that's out east there?

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Killa, there are couple of houses spotted around out there but not many, we drove as far as the park with about a foot and a half of ice.

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Lip RIPPER!

Hey Decoy, do you teach in town?

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decoy

Sure do. What about you Ripper?

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decoy

Anyone having any luck down by Finnsbury park? I haven't spoken to anyone who has been down that far. What's the word?

[This message has been edited by decoy (edited 01-28-2002).]

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Lip RIPPER!

Nope, I live in town but don't teach. I fish with a few teachers though. What building are you in?

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decoy

what's your email address Ripper? I'll email you a full description.

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decoy

what's your email address Ripper? I'll email you a full description.

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Lip RIPPER!

I don't like giving that out. Sorry.

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decoy

I understand completely.

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Guest

Teach in Thief River? I myself went through the Thief River falls school system not so terribly long ago.

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Lip RIPPER!

Decoy, are you still living on Duluth avenue and handcrafting your own decoys?

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curt quesnell

Geez, try to keep a secret with you guys.

Well I aint tellin you who I am...

Curt Quesnell...Doh!!!!!

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I went to highschool with your son Curt, I was a bit younger than he was though. hey, you guys still have that "it's time to rise and shine" sound bit of him? That was excellent!

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curt quesnell

Still play it every day. Carson was 2 when
he recorded that..

Curt Quesnell

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