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Juice

Harvest Fest in Underwood

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Juice

Theres still spots remaining in the Harvest Fest 7-11am Tournement on Bass Lake(Saturday the 3rd). Its a 2 person tourney with $20 entry fee. If interested call 826-6620 and ask for Jerry. Its not that big of a tourney, but its pretty fun to be out and maybe win alitte cash. Payouts go to largest:Bass,northern,walleye, and total weight.

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ChuckN

That sounds like fun, Juice. Unfortunately I have plans that day or I'd be there! I heard you are tough competition... grin.gif

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Gissert

WallEYES -

You told me you were gonna shoot your bear right away, you did.

Dat give you two days to pack up your crunchie munchie honey cakes and get back to Underwood.

Here's a song for you to have in your head over your bait pit - "Fruit salad, yummy yummy...."

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WallEYES

Juice...Goot Luck in the tournament! I was going to fish that with my youngest boy, but bear season comes in the way of that this year.

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GRAND DAD

Hey this might be a stupid question but are we aloud to use live bait,If anyone knows thanks!

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Juice

Well im sure its the same rules as last year, but i believe you can use live bait. Also you can troll for fish. And whatelse is there....Hmm, thats all i can think of for the moment. But ill post some more if i can think of any.

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FLB

To all...
My Dad and I hope to be there. If you see a red Lund Predator w/Black Suzuki 50 4-stroke tiller, please say hello to a fellow FMer.
FLB

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Gissert

Grandad - I did not see anything prohibiting live bait on the flier I have.

FLB - I'll try and get to the wiegh in at 11. I have to brink my daughter to the kidde games at 9.

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FLB

Gissert(& Nellie) & Juice,
Thanks for stopping to visit. It was great to meet the two(3) of you.
FLB

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Juice

Yea, its was good to meet you too. Nice to actually know who the person is that you talk to on here. Oh yea, congrats on the winnings! I guess next year ill have to bring back my junie boat and win it again wink.gifCongrats again..

Yea, that big 5.5lbs bass was dead by the dead dock when we landed the boat. frown.gif Its sad to see them biggin's die like that.

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Gissert

FLB -

Yes, it was good to finally meet you and your father. Nellie enjoyed meeting you too. She pretty much likes everybody. If someone trys to break into our house, she'll probably lick them to death, LOL. Nice going on the tourney win.

That was a heck of a nice bag 'o fish.

It was nice of the rain to hold off for the day. Too bad the weather pretty much sucked the rest of the weekend.


Juice -

Sorry I missed you on Sunday. I did a little recon work at the crossing.

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