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Hey Matt Johnson

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It's fun my man smile He's already 10 weeks old and growing like a weed! Haven't seen you in the store for a while? Must be too busy hitting hole-in-ones eh? wink You'll have to stop in again...

How's the fishing up north? I haven't had a chance to make a trip up that way yet...

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Matt,

i'm glad that baby boy is doing great. yeah been to busy at the golf course. went up for opener but only fished for a couple of hours on sunday morning. kinda slow but the season has just started. keep up the good parenting!

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I'll bet Matt can change diapers just as fast as he can change presentations grin

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Casey,

I am getting pretty quick at the diapers, but not that quick wink

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Congrats on the new little man Matt. Kids are awesome, you have a lot of great times ahead of you.

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Wow has a lot happened since I last talked with you! Congratulations on the baby. So how many 10" gills has he caught already laugh

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He's working on his first Tommy smile Nice gill in your avatar too bud!

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