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harvey lee

Friday open seat

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I'm going out Friday-tomorrow for some flatheads. I have no idea where I will be going yet on the Minnesota.

If you would like to come along, please e-mail me at the address below.

leeharvey@frontiernet.net

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Sounds like Tom is still looking for a partner tonight.

It's going to be a GREAT night on the river. If I didn't have other plans, I'd take you up on the seat Tom.

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I would go with you as well Tom, but I too have other plans. Good luck!

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Well I'm going to spent some quality time with Tom tonight. smile

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Is your spot still open? I just e-mailed you and would love to tag along.

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Slabs, Borch took the seat for this evening.

Maybe another time.

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Good luck you 2! With Borch's luck, you wont need it though wink

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I have a funny feeling I know where they might throw anchor wink

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I have a funny feeling I know where they might throw anchor wink

MMMMMM... Let me guess.... Your spot? LOL

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Nope, I can't lay claim to any spots really, only provide suggestions smile

oh wait, I take that back, I did a little hip wader exploring today and hit the motherload of creek chubs. I might be able to lay claim to that since there was no sign of two footed beings there previously. smile

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dtro, do you use creek chubs much for flatheads? I have a great spot where I can get as many as need up to about 10". They work great for pike, and I'd imagine a flathead or channel would love 'em, too.

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creek chubs = flathead candy

I like that!

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Good luck Tom and Jeff. I am sure Tom's boat will see some action tonight.

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creek chubs = flathead candy

they hit the water and its Thanks for the gumball Popeye grin thats not as good as flathead candy but it works

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Good luck Tom and Jeff. I am sure Tom's boat will see some action tonight.

Did I stroll onto the wrong site? smiley-sex005.gif

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Very slow night. Jeff did hook into a decent channel but that was it. I believe we had some darn eyes messing with our bullheads.

We hit a few spots but no flatheads.

We did have one exciting part to the evening, as we were running up the river, I forgot about a sandbar and wella, we got hung up. I got out of the boat and pushed us of the bar and we were on our way. Always a first for everything.

Back at it soon again.

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A good time as always Tom.

Thanks

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