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Bass Fishing Santa?

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Well, open water is just about done here. But, Santa Claus doesn't care. He's goin' bass fishing in front of my house.

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You might be a red-neck if...........

You put christmas stuff up,and it's not yet Thanksgiving. confused

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Nothing worse than putting up frozen light string in -20 windchill crazy. I try to put my xmas outdoor stuff before thanksgiving.

CA ... you get that at fleetfarm - LOL

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Fleet Farm is my sporting goods store, for sure, but not much of that came from there, except the Musky Killer in that bass' mouth.

NOTLUND came to me after about a dozen people asked me, when I bought a boat, "Is it a Lund?" grin

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Great now my wife, The Griswold, wants one.

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Very clever! If there was a christmas decoration contest you sir would take 1st!

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Hey! Thanks everyone for the kind words about my bass-fishing Santa. Everyone's smiling, and that's a good thing!

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I thought this thread was going to be about a singing bass or something but this is much better. Enjoy.

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Just last weekend I saw a Real Walleye/Sauger fishing Santa!

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You're not in Chisago, are you? I think someone did something similar to that last year. Can't remember, though

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There was a similar one right of Stinson Near the "Frankies" landing. I love that set up! grin

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