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Jigglestick, I have a phish house to go with your auger.

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After staying out sat in the gail force winds, my portable was blown over and over and over agian and agian. Hd to track it down it the truck, it bent the rods and split a seem!

Phish On

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jigglestick

phish--sounds like my jiggleauger, and your floppin crappie shop should get together(next year) smile.gif ------jigglestick------

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Deerslayer

and maybe take Kelly's fire truck!

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Yes the truck is looking a bit "tired". smile.gif The frame is bent resulting in a door that I drive around slamming as hard as I can. To add insult to injury as I was pulling the drag off the lake after the lake closing I just kept going slower and slower,,, then I started to smell the burning tranny. Also I now have a tilt steering wheel,,,,, in all directions. shocked.gif It makes it interesting making a right hand turn. First you have to get the steering wheel centered and then when you make the turn the door pops open. If I'm not careful I'm gonna pull a "Halad". grin.gif

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bigV

Careful what you say about your pickup Kelly;
you might find a sign on it in the morning saying it is unfit to drive- keep out!?

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Yes it's a lifetime plow truck now. smile.gif After we get done removing the bridge today it gets parked and I'm back in the Mazda.

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Jiggelstick,
I wonder what kind of backwards as fish the combo wold bring up, could be the eelpout and dogfish slaying combo!

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Could use the reel I stepped on last winter!

Phish on

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Eyewitness

and the two rods I stepped on earlier this winter..... frown.gif

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