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Jmnhunter

Red Green & Tabers

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Jmnhunter

hey, I heard the main Actor on the REd Green Show is the brother of the guy who owns tabers,Ron, has anyone else heard of this?!

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Chad711

I dont know, but remember to keep your stick on the ice!

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fisher13

i definately see the resemblence....but i think taber has a little more work to do on his beer gut. i wouldn't throw the idea out though.

fisher13

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MasterGophHunter

Well, I did a little research on "Red Green" and his real name is Steve Smith. Is Ron from Tabers last name "Taber" or is that just some other name? I'm not too sure about them being brothers but what do I know anyway!

-MGH-

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Brian Jones

Unless one of them changed their last name at some point in their life they are not brothers...sorry to disappoint...it would have been comical though!!

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Jmnhunter

al, no tabers has nothing to do with his name, he told me his last name, but I forgot it. I'll ask him when I get back up! hows fishing benn?

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Matt Breuer

His name is Ron Bostic, no relation to Red Green I would assume!

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MasterGophHunter

Nave Nave, I'm up here right now. We header over to Winnie today and it was real slow. I caught some nice perch and brothers caught a smaller northern and one real nice pout. Nasty weather tho. Started out as freezing rain then switched to rain. Got soaked to the bone. We'll head out again tomorrow tho and see how it goes. We're gunna have to head out sometime right after break. See ya in a few weeks.

-MGH-

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Jmnhunter

yeah for sure, maybe the weekend after we get back, its a 3 day weekend., u staying up there the remainder of the week?

jn

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Tofishem

ooo.gifRed Green is Ron's mother's, brother. I seen him in the shop on Christmas Day. Nice Guy. A bit nutty! Anyhow that makes Red, Ron's uncle!

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Jmnhunter

that makes sense, just got done watching it!

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