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 August 11 2017 01:55PM (Read 674 times)  
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Well I have another 3 hours of work and then I am officially on vacation. We are leaving Sunday morning for Dryden. I am taking my two boys and my dad. They are going to fish mostly and then I will typically have a kid in the stand with me.

The weather isn't looking great but it seems ok. I am pretty excited.


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 August 11 2017 03:02PM  
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Been to Dryden once and caught a lot of walleye and nice scenery, saw one bear crossing the road ahead of us. Good luck.


 
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 August 11 2017 04:06PM  
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Go get them!


 
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 August 11 2017 09:40PM  
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Been North of Dryden many many times only to Dryden once other than that took road west at "T" that changed to gravel and went through Oxdrift then west to Vermilion Bay ....headed up 105 to fish and hunt


 
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 August 12 2017 01:01PM  
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We had a nuisance bear in a training area here at Camp Ripley yesterday. Maybe you could stop by. Enjoy your trip!


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