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Merry Christmas All You Ice Leaders

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Merry Christmas.
I wish you and all of your loved ones a
VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS

Thank you so much for being a part of the IceLeaders and/or Fishing Minnesota Family.

Your presence, kind and helpful words here have been appreciated by many and that includes me.

I would like to thank all of you who have supported our sponsors who really help make this site possible.

We especially appreciate those of you who take the time to get out and meet other FishingMN members at some of the many events we have out there. YOU help make this more reral and a lot more fun.

I would like to thank our sponsors.

Most of all I would like to thank our Dedicated Pro Staff. Our dedicated Pro Staff genuinely care about the outdoor world and making sure we all get to share in a little piece of their lives.

Merry Christmas All of You Iceleaders smile.gif

I hope you get a little ice fishing in soon.

Be safe...please!!!

[This message has been edited by Rick (edited 12-24-2003).]

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Right back atcha Rick!!

And same to all of you fellow ice fanatics!

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Mike
Kalispell, MT
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"LOOK ALIVE, MAGGOT!"
(Not you Pal, I was talking to my bait)

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Back at ya Rick! Thank you for all your hard work on the site, without you this site would never be here! And I thank you personally for all the support and help throughout the past!

Happy holidays everyone! smile.gifsmile.gifsmile.gif

Good Fishin,
Matt Johnson

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Merry Christmas to you as well Rick. Thank you for all you do to give us a place to connect.

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lucky7

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Happy holidays to you, and your family also, Rick.
Have a safe and happy holiday. Thanks for the great job that you do in supporting fishing and the friendship of anglers through FM and IceLeaders.
Salute!!
See you at Winnie

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en kala
(I fish)

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Happy Holidays Rick! I hope Santa answers your wishes. Good health to you!

Thanks for everything !!

Richard

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to Rick and Everyone here at FM!!!

HO,HO,HO...


IceC

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Have an Ice day :)

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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to everyone at *cough* Fishing Minnesota. I like that name better; heh, it's not racist to those who yearn for open water right now wink.gif Though ice is all fine and dandy too. Heh

Have a good Holiday Season everyone!

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