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After our weekned all Ifish2 and I can say is WOW! I was talking to Northwest guy from the Duluth area during the drawinggs and suddenly Paul pulled my wifes name for the Marcum! I was yelling for Northlander and we were celebrating verbally and suddenly Paul called my number for Dave Hoggard's fish house! From then out the world became a total blurr.
To anyone that we did'nt saay goodbye to? we are sorry we were caught up in the moment.
Thanks Icleaders

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Have a blast! You are all set for next year. Pull a couple Lotto tickets, Win and buy a truck to carry all that new gear. That was way to unbelievable! Back to back? Marcum and Otter. Wow! I thought the better half was going to cry then when you won the Otter I thought I was going to have to do CPR! Congrats again.

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man it sucked getting home to see all our ice is gone...Now I am going to have to make it back up to try out my new thorne bros rod - Thanks Pete. Will the crappie on URL still hit for a few more weeks?

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Many Great prizes were handed out!! It was fun being a part of Ice Leaders. It was nice Meeting alot of you. Bruce Mosher

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Yep a great time, you guys run a great show. Wish I could have made it sooner and met a few more folks. Lots of folks I wanted to meet and speak with that I did'nt run across.

Hopefully get to some other events next year in the north half of the state.

Fisky

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Little King,
the URL crappie ite usually starts getting better for the next couple of weeks. Depending on when you're going, you might be able to talk me into heading up there with you.

Bruce, I want to thank you very much for showing up and competing in this event. For those of you who don't know, Bruce Mosher is the inventer of Icebuster bobbers, foamwalkers, wavebuster bobbers, rod straps and the mini teaser. He's also one heck of a nice guy.

Bruce is an IceLeaders sponsor, so he helped make the ICE Series possible.

Fisky, it was nice seeing you and as they say..better late than never ehh smile.gif

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The URL crappie bite is yet to come! It'll pick up in about a week or so.

It was great seeing everyone again, this was a great tournament! I was happy to see Canopy Sam's boy take home the big fish, it's smiles like that 8 year old boys that make it worth the 5am set-up!

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You guys know the water up there...let me know what works for you...I cant wait to try out the thorne bros rod...on some of those slabs...I just watched the video agian, and can not get over the size of them

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Hey Little King,
use the Contact Us lnk below and e-mail me with dates that might work for you.

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