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Just a thought...

Anyone interested in getting some chats going in the evenings???

Be fun to talk real-time with you guys about fishing...

Any thoughts???

PCG

[Editors Note] Chat page can be found here:
http://fishingminnesota.com/chat.html

[This message has been edited by Rick (edited 03-28-2002).]

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good idea, we have a valuable tool at our disposable but I don't think it ever gets used. Good fishin, LaVoi

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I'd be into it, but I frequently lose posts I'm attempting to send. I'm not sure why. I'm using a huge networked system - should be plenty of power.

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for me i will vote for 730 or 8.

i am guessing that these might end up lengthy so mayb 7 would work out just as well.

set a general time and join when you can might be the best.

Monty

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we need to get some times set then.

i would be game for this.
at least until fishing starts.
then i will prolly be fishing in the evenings.

Monty

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Lets suggest some times then...

7pm, 7:30pm, or 8pm. all sound like reasonable times to me...What do you guys think?

PCG

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Ok,, Spring Crappie Tactics in the chat room Thursday March 28 at 7pm.I will host this chat. Pro Crappie Guide will be there. Dont miss this chat. You want to improve your spring Crappie and Blugegill fishing, dont miss this chat. See you then........

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651-271-5459 http://fishingminnesota.com/millelacsguide/

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That sounds good. Not sure if I have my volleyball league this week. I'll definately try to be there.

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Prior Lake, Minnesota

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Chat tonight..Don't forget. :-)

Looking forward to seeing you guys there.

PCG

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Follow the link to the Fishing Minnesota Home Site and then scroll to the bottom.

There is a link that says "Chat"

Click on it and enter you "handle" and your in.

See everyone there.

PCG

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