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Old 04-06-2010, 01:51 AM
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Welcome to the forum.

Nice to see you got got thick skin and are good with the comeback:"wet on the inside" that was hilarious!

Thats just the peanut gallery, they're just messin with ya in fun. Keep posting and try to catch some bigger ones next time; then lip em like a large-mouth....that always gets a laugh..?

Again, 'Welcome' and keep the pics coming!!

Moe
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Been through there many times. I grew up around Anoka and Sherburne counties. Lots of good fishing.
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Yeah it's pretty cool. I was watching some fishing show on TV and they had an interesting stat that there is something like 20 lakes with muskies within 20 miles of downtown Minneapolis. Not sure many cities can say that. Although, not sure many cities have winters as horrible as MN!
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The cold is what drove me out of there. Well there were a few reasons but yeah it's freaking cold there! I miss the fishing though for sure.
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