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evinrude19

secret word?

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I was just wondering if there was going to be a secret word contest for the MN bass opener this weekend? Tried at the end of last year to get a fish for it but never happend.

thanks

zach

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We sure could do it if there is enough interest..

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lets do it

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I dont know about a secret word, but I want to date Oly's sister if that is her picture on his profile name.

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OK, I give up? What is the secret word for the uninitiated?

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ill be out on the river cat fishing all weekend so im sure ill have time to wet a line. when will the word be posted because i will be takeing off early friday morning.

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I will make sure batteries are good in the camera.

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OK, I give up? What is the secret word for the uninitiated?

Capt, its just a little fun contest we do here in the bass forum. I post a secret word near the end of the week and you have to take a pict of your biggest bass of the weekend with a piece of paper with the secret word on it. A pict also needs to be taken of the fish on a ruler.

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I'll get my ruler ready

fresh scale batteries on the way too

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im in! i have been catching some nice 3lb bass while going for panfish and walleye. i think i could break the 4lb mark if i actually targetted bass.

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I am in,, if I can figure out how to load the pic.

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if you need help capt, feel free to email me..

deitz.dittrich@gmail.com

I have the perfect word for tomorrow... Makes me laugh at least and thats all that counts!

Sometimes I make myself laugh.

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lol @ deitz. I make myself laugh too, only problem is when I do nobody else seems to find it funny.

I'm ready for the secret word but everytime we do this I never catch nice fish. Maybe this weekend I can break the pattern.

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It's not too hard to make Dittrich laugh. He laughed hysterically when he offered to net a pike that had $3.00 jig impaled in it. I managed to drop it and bust it off resulting in some instant funnies. Probably more from how I referred to that pike after it swam away with my jig.

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Hopefully I will have a couple of big brown ones to show...

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If I was a bettin man, I'd bet it might have something to do with a lack of a smile. frown

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