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Author Topic: Lake St. Clair late September  (Read 10106 times)

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Re: Lake St. Clair late September
« Reply #20 on: October 07, 2007, 08:31:21 AM »

Funny and Strange at the same time.
Mojo fished in my boat on Lake Ovid.
The very next time I went out in the boat the trolling motor cable broke.
Also on the way home the lock fell off the folding tongue on the trailer.
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Re: Lake St. Clair late September
« Reply #21 on: October 07, 2007, 12:09:13 PM »

IT'S NOT MOJO... IT'S NOT MOJO...
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Re: Lake St. Clair late September
« Reply #22 on: October 07, 2007, 07:55:17 PM »

Had a great time Saturday!!!  Lots and lots of good Smallie action.  Traps, tubes, and crankbaits.  Too much fun.  I caught so many fish my hands were sore.  It was great to meet Revtro and the fabulous Mojo the fish catching machine.   No Mojo curse Saturday......just lots and lots of smallies.  Lots and lots of fun.     ;D    Thats not because of Mojo, Madwags, or it would have happened while he was with you.....not a day late and dollar short................  ::)   I shook his hand yesterday and I went out on Erie today and caught a limit.  It was a small limit but it was enough to get 3rd in my club tournament and a few $$$$$.  Also caught a 3.66lb largie on a crankbait up in the river to cull out a smaller fish.  I would say its all good Mojo now. 

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