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Author Topic: CuradoKev's Great Co-Angler article posted as a permanent resource article  (Read 1869 times)

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CuradoKev was nice enough to give me permission to post his great co-angler write up as a permanent resource article on GreatLakesBass.com for co-anglers. You may have missed the lively thread under general discussion above where quite a bit of discussion came out of his original post there from his newsletter.

If so, here's the article: http://www.greatlakesbass.com/articles/coanglertips.html

I think he did a great job on it. Thanks CK!
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Kev,

  Your article is excellent...good job.

  Dan, thanks for positing the information and link.

Larry
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Great article..As a new Co-Angler I printed the article off and put it in my tournament binder..Thanks
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I'll keep adding helpful things as they become available.
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CuradoKev


Thanks to all and thanks to Dan !! My next article on to fish your entire life without a boat  ;D

Ckev
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Kev, it doesn't have to be that way, you know............ ;D
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I know, I know.... ;)

Anybody know about some lucky lottery numbers ??

Some day...A new boat  ;D

CKev
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