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Little bummed out here but my partner just had to cancel due to a death in the family. I am in search of a partner for the Vermillion event. The first person that shows reasonable interest will be it!!

As for me, well I have a boat that works, but that is about it! I know nothing about the lake and don't think I will have a chance to prefish the lake. So, if you are seriously interested in fishing the event, email me very soon! Thanks in advance, ScottS

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Thanks for the call Toad, as much as I know you would like to switch teams, your partner needs you!!! grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

I had to get that in there! Nothing like picking on Gullguide in a time of need! Come on Gull, you know a lot of guys who could help me out??? Aren't there some coming to fish that aren't in the event? How about Rick? Come on Rick, we haven't had the chance to team up yet!Scott

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Grabs

What about Fish-n-Freak (Steve), sounds like he is going to be up there anyhow,...check the post about what to big to the Big V

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Well, hopefully fishing freak(Steve) sees this and emails me before he heads up. I want to find someone before I head up alone. I am fishing the event either way, but knowing I have a partner would certainly be nice. Email me

[email protected]

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Scott,

Call my cell tomorrow and leave a #. I will call Rick and see if we can get a e-mail address or something to try to get a hold of him.

651-247-6053

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I might be able to keep you company.....Elizabeth sounds like she'd rather be with her family during the day on Friday than to wait for me to finish work and drive home late........a lot of stuff going on............

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Adam,

Sorry to hear of your loss.

Scott,

I will be leaving in the a.m. If you still need a partner call my cell and let me know.

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Capt'nJosh

ScottS are you still in need of a partner? I was telling the fellas from my Wednesday night fish'n league about my upcoming trip this weekend and a couple of the guys sounded like they would be interested. If you still need someone I can make a couple calls.

Capt'nJosh
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Fish-n-Freak

Consider the "Freak's" hat in the ring!

If you need a partner, I will be there anyway! I have a 20' Alumacraft Tournament Pro with a 90hp Honda (tiller) so we could use either boat. I might be able to make it up there by 5-6pm and do some scouting.

[email protected] or I also replied to your e-mail from above.

Steve

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Thanks guys, I got your email Steve. My partner flyingfish is going to call me after lunch and let me know if he can fish. Steve,I will email you the minute I hear. Thanks again, ScottS

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As it turns out, Adam (flyingfish) is able to fish. I appreciate all the responses, thanks again to everyone who was willing to fish.ScottS

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Rick

Hi Scott,
I saw your post last night. Believe me, I was chomping at the bit wanting to team up with you on Vermillion.

Having to run the site really sucks at times.
I hope to get another opportunity to get out and fish one of these tourney's with you.

It was already bad enough that I couldn't go, but then the opportunity to get out and fish with you ON VERMILLION comes up and I'm really kicking myself here.

You don't know how much this hurts.

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