Hard work for huckleberry pie

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Denali
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Re: Hard work for huckleberry pie

Post by Denali » Wed Sep 19, 2012 9:10 pm

Hi Robert!

Hope you had some good salmon/bottomfishing over there!
Looking forward to shooting with you soon. I'm anxious to hear/see how your PP hunting loads will perform on paper.
Your PP target loads are stellar!

Mike

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Re: Hard work for huckleberry pie

Post by opencountry » Thu Sep 20, 2012 4:49 am

Mike,

I grabbed my son off of his job here, went to Ft. Lewis and we got my other son from there and headed to Westport. The weather was perfect. We limited on sea bass right off the bat and then went after lings. We brought a nice mixed bag home. It was our annual bottom fishing trip together. This year it was on me. :wink:

Robert
"The rabbi that praises himself has a congregation of one."
...from 'Fiddler on the Roof'

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Mike Johnson
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Re: Hard work for huckleberry pie

Post by Mike Johnson » Sat Nov 17, 2012 8:46 pm

Fantastic story. That place looks like heaven. Good looking pavk, nice bear, awesome pie and fantastic rifle!
Shiloh 1863 .54 MR

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