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Scoot

How'd it go, guys??? I wish I coulda been there.

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ibwhnt

Scoot, that makes two of us. I didn't remember about it until I was jiging eyes off the reef on good old Lake of the woods. Hope you all had a blast.

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Rick

WOW,
talk aboutr a great time and super well organiozed event!!
Wiskers (Rusty) you did one heck of a job.

The catfishing was superb. Nice consistent bite.

The best part were the guys and gals who attended. We had three gals who stayed for most of the event.

They were Rachel, Bridey (sp), and Liz. You guys that have the admiration of these gals can be very proud of them. GREAT PEOPLE!

You guys were a whole lot of fun. I felt like I was in the guys bonding league. I go to a lot of gatheirngs and this is one of the best I've been to.

You were very informative allowing us to move up the learning curve very rapidly. Timdog it was especially great of you sharing your Goldeye secrets. Sorry for spooking your Goldeyes. I had no clue Dennis was moving through where you were casting. I'm sure he didn't either. He's really very courteous on the water (unless he's doing dare-devil stunts in the RP).

I want to thank Mark Edesvold and Liz Miller for the tasty fish fry.

Rusty, thanks again for making it possible to meet all the fine folks who attended this event. Those of you who didn't make it, it was your loss.

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