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well we covered age, interest, jobs, where you live. what next of the list of topics to get to know everyone?

favorite fish to hook?
Married or single?
number of kids?

the field is open grin.gif

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bass
single (again, thankfully)
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YIPPPPEEEEEEEE

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Walleye
Single
0 (do dogs count? If so, then 2)

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M-H (aka: Dan)

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Smallmouth Bass
Married
2 Children & 1 Due in August
2 Dogs

Tad

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Musky (without a doubt)
Single w/live-in Girlfriend
0 Kids
1 Dog (10 month old Black Lab)

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walleye
single, 1 ex
1 dog
still not enough time for fishing

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crazy about fishing

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Trout(any kind), and Smallies
Married
1......he's 8 weeks old
No dogs.....allergies

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Tight Lines,
JP Z

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Muskie
Married(three weeks on Sat)
0 kids
1 dog-nine month old female yellow lab

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LOL

This is starting to sound like and FM on-line dating service!!...this is just too funny.

Can't wait till Saturday!!!

1) Anything that swims
2) Married
3) 1 cat 1 dog...lol

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Walleye!!
Happily divorced for 17 years.
2 kids, both in college.
1 yellow lab 4 years old.

And I never seem to have enough time for fishing, that's going to change this summer, reason being, I just dropped the girlfriend of 8 years so it's me and the dog!!

Ole

[This message has been edited by Ole1855 (edited 05-11-2004).]

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Muskies would be my favorite fish. But I get so many more walleyes than muskies that I have to admit I'm much better at 'eyes than 'skis!

Divorced 6 years, fishing has been great therapy!

3 kids youngest 16. They don't share the same passion for fishing I do, but I'll get them out each once or twice.

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I'm Eric and I'm a fish-a-holic.

Bass
Recently Single
0 that I know of

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1. Muskie, but Walleyes are a close second.

2. Married, she loves to fish as much as I do.

3. We are 2 and a dog.

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Walleye, bass, muskie, & catfish
Happily married (almost always at least)
1/3 (due in November)

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and away we go------

eyes and crappies
married
3, plus 2 dogs, wait a minute 1 dog and 1 furry rodent (wifes)

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Walleye, but anything that bites is what I prefer grin.gif

Happily married.

No kids for awhile, but 3 dogs are good for now...

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Walleye #1

I can't remember when I wasn't married (37 years) Who cares? She let's me go fishing anytime I want.

1 Son/daughter inlaw, 2 Grand kids
1 Daughter
1 dog Yellow Lab (fish-n buddy)

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Bass
Married, second time around. (this one loves fishing)
2 teenagers, boy and a girl.
4 dogs, 3 cats and 1 frog. (wifes. and she wont let me use it. lol.)

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SWM, NS, goal oriented... Oh wait that was my younger years I did that... J/K

1. Anything that bites

2. Recently engaged - willing to fish if I put on bait and take off fish. Still not been out yet.

3. 0 - 1 1.5 yr old black lab (loves birds hates guns (HELP with guns?). 1 20 + lb tabby cat. Loves birds also also puts up a mean fight against the dog.

Later all

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Trout. Bass and walleyes second and third respectfully.

Single.

No kids.

1 weird dog, (English Setter)

HB

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Eyes and crappies, especially in the winter

Married

One human daughter, one lab daughter

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By the time this is all done the identity thiefs wont have to go any farther than this site!

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-eyes,cappies
-married,she loves to fish to
-2 boys 14-16,one likes hardwater fishing,the other more soft water fishing
-1 dog 1 cat

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Walleyes
24
Engaged-45 days till the big day!
I'm going to get her gloves or something so she will actually bait the hook and take off her own fish, never fails she catches a fish, and while I'm getting hers off a fish hits my line while I'm not paying attention.
No kids or pets yet, hoping to have a few though!

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Walleye for sure. When I get to fish.
Married for just about one year.
No kids.
To late in life to change that now.

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