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tram

what are you driving on the lake?

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tram

I was wondering what type of boats some of the people I have been talking to on here have, so if I see you on the lake I can say hi! I drive a silver and black Dominator with a Yamaha motor.

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walleyeking#8

drivin' an older 15' red lund with a 25hp johnson, probably see you on the water a few times this spring and summer. Goodluck fishin'!

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jigginjim

I'm running a Ranger fisherman, with 60 suzuki tiller.
It has Jiggin Jim's Guide Service on the side.
See ya on the water.

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angler903

BassTracker Guide Seires 45 Mariner tan and yellow.

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Brother Bro

2003 Alumacraft Tournment Pro 185 w/ 140 Johnson 4 stroke as seen on Nest, Green and other locations grin.gif

Good Luck

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psegriz

I very seldom go on a lake with a public access, but if you can get to one of the lakes I'm on I'll be the one in a boat light enough to carry and running the oars. grin.gif Believe me there is some good fishing lakes w/o accesses that most people don't know about.

GRIZ

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bigmouth

I will be on norway in a Black and Silver 1660 Pro-v with 60 hp Merc tiller. Maybe I will see some of you guys out there.

[This message has been edited by bigmouth (edited 05-10-2004).]

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islander

I'll be in a white north wood 175 pro with a 70 horse Yamaha.

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Guest

I'll be in a red and white Crestliner ProAm 1750 with a 70 Evenrude on the back...can't miss me, just look for the Fishing Minnesota sticker grin.gif

Not sure what lake(s) yet, will probably just do some hopping around.

See ya out there!

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walleyewacker

Id follow that S-14 and 9.9.......

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WalleyeWacker: You probably wouldn't want to follow me this weekend. I'm going to stay away from the big crowd and do a little trout fishing early in the day and see what happens. I'll probably hit DL in the evening after a nap. Take care and good luck.

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WalleyeWacker: You probably wouldn't follow that S-14 this weekend. It's going trout fishing then take a nap and probably hit DL in the evening. GOOD LUCK!

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