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Author Topic: Come on there has to be some bass heads around the Grayling area.  (Read 703 times)

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The last post I made had 98 views when I was trying to join or start a new bass club. There are just to many lakes in this part of the state not to have a bunch of bass heads up here. Lets get together and start something. I have over 20 bass molds from do-it molds. I pore my own jigs and spinnerbaits. Lets get together and pore some lures and tell fishing lies. I just bought a 1990 Ranger Bass boat and need someone to join me fishing. I can fish anytime as I am retired. Come on there has to be enough of us up here to get something going. Have a great day and better tomorrow.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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