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Minnesota Crappie From Greg


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By Ray - Posted on 09 December 2010

I got these pictures form Greg here on the site. These are some Minnesota crappiei and I just was admiring how pretty those specks up there are.

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Greg I swear that guy with you looks like Toby Keith.

Ray

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Ha, I'll have to tell him that. It is none other than a good friend and fishing partner, Travis Sorokie, from Sauk Rapids, MN. LOL

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