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kirkville1

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Hey guys what happened to Scotts site? Anyone have his email?Im looking to get a few orders placed before the season. Also im ordering an ice gator so im looking to get rid of my Nils powerhead with 8" drill if anyone is interested

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Kyle- 250

Thanks Tim placing an order later tonight smile

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K, ill take it. let me know when you want to meet up. Just left you a message on your cell. Give me a ring.

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Kyle, Ill give you a shout tomorrow. Probably hook up thursday I can swing by the base if u want.

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Hey guys,went to the site to show a few guys Maki ,, my anti virus kicked in (mcafee) somebody able to pass this info on, Thanks,Mark

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One of us will let him know, thanks. Has your son been hitting the river? Im sure the new kid has slowed him down atleast a tad...

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I emailed back & forth with Scott about an order a week or so ago. Now I can't get a reply. I wonder if something is going on with his email too?

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BlackDog - He's always right on top of things. Myself or Timmy will get ahold of him to make sure things are ok...

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Thanks DC, no problem here. There's plenty of time 'til ice season. I just know from my past orders that this is uncharacteristic. Hopefully he's just busy, and doesn't have computer problems or H1N1. I'll hold tight.

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Jay - Jay I am starting all over again with my phone and I don't have many numbers yet?

Maki is checking his site now.. I had his contact # in an old rolodex., still replacing numbers in my replacement cell phone.

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Thanks for the help guys,,DC, yeah the baby has put large cramp in his style,but he's been down a bit now that his work has slowed and getting a few nightly,his wife had h1n1 last week and the baby was diagnosed just yesterday,he's chompin for ice now that he owns the business and plans (hopes) to get out more during the week in the upcoming season,tightlines,Mark

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