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New Years Resolution!!!!!

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My New Years resolution is to fish more,drink less and get a job. 2 out of 3 ain't bad!

With the new year just around the corner, I'd like to hear what your resolution will be for the coming year. After reading alot of the posts on this site, I'm sure there will be alot of good ones.

Have a Happy and Safe New Year!!!!!!

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1- new job
2- motor for my boat
3- get my son (18 months right now) in to fishing and outdoors stuff
4- spend as much time as possible being the best husband and father that I can be

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The same as last years, to catch more and bigger walleyes than I caught this year.

On a serious note, to be the best husband and father I can be!

Good Fishing!
Paul

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Lose the weight that I picked up eating all those dang christmas cookies and other goodies.

That and finish some of the projects that I have plans on.

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1. lose the holiday wieght.
2. spend more time with my wife (just got marrried in Oct)
3. Take my wife fishing with me..and thus take care of #2.

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1. Lose some weight
2. Attend all of the ice tourneys
3. Spend more time with the Mrs.
4. fish more
5. make more new friends
6. fish more
7. Keep my tackle box in order
8. don't keep minnows in the front floor of the car.

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en kala
(I fish)

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1. Quit smoking
2. Get home to the US from Iraq safe and sound
3. Fish more
4. Make new friends with all the FM's that expressed support for me over here
5. Spend LOTS of time with the patient girlfriend that is waiting for me when I return from this deployment

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