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Stay off the river

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Just warning all of you that the miss river in our parts is running a little low - meaning things you can normally run are a little iffy - prefished with Greg (championelite) on thursday for a club tourney on sat and after a morning of diagnosing some engine issues at the house we hit the water and only managed a bent skeg - so you should all stay off the river it is bad fishing

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o yea but we did catch a few fish - kind of embarrased about the quality - but maybe that is the angels shining light on us?

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The river got the best of my skeg during the St. Jude tourney. Good fishing down there, but it gets expensive for us "lake dwellers" from the metro.

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The skeg is no big deal, it's designed to push debri away its when you start recking props and lower units, then it hurts. I'm looking forward to getting on some lakes and not having to worry.

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I'm looking forward to getting on some lakes and not having to worry.

worry? i don't even think you know how to do that!!!!

and yes anything is runable - trim er up and give it heck - said well

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Originally Posted By: champion198elite
I'm looking forward to getting on some lakes and not having to worry.

worry? i don't even think you know how to do that!!!!

and yes anything is runable - trim er up and give it heck - said well

Ha,HA,......I truely dont. Its taken a couple of years to reach thispoint but I'm fairly confident in my ability to "run" the river.

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Haha, well champ hopefully you don't hit anything on tonka next week or you have real issues! lol

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