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Scoot

I left those goodies that you asked about before hanging on your front door. I don't remember what all was in there- jerky, sausage, and maybe a package of goose. Hope you like it. I'll swing in some evening and get the scoop on the water in your neck of the woods.
I stopped by and talked with your neighbor for a bit. Seemed like a nice guy.
Scoot

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cweb

Scoot,
what flavor of frosty? I owe you. I will shoot you an email. To get your number. So I can repay the favor. Doug, my next door neighbor is a nice guy. Likes to hunt out west, I know that.
We headed up north yesterday by the dam for a little while...got skunked. Saw a decent cat get pulled into the bank though.

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Scoot

Don't sweat it. I'll swing in some night when I'm over your way and pick your brain for the inside scoop for fishing over there. Have you tried below your house lately at the confluence of the two waters? I'd think that might be a good bet right now. I've tried further upstream a couple of times a little West of your place (where I could cast around the ice flows), but haven't located anything of consequence yet.
Scoot

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I haven't tried behind my house yet. The ice finally cleared this morning after the rain. Probably will be trying it one of these nights and let you know. We are going to head to Devil's Lake saturday for one last hurrah on the hard water.

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