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Shipahoy41 is alive and well

Discussion in 'Northeast Ohio Fishing Reports' started by shipahoy41, Jul 31, 2007.

  1. To my friends in Ohio, this is Shipahoy 41. When you're not at the Brown's training camp, go and catch some of those Ohio Crappies for me. I lived in Akron for 30 years and was a frequent contributor on www.gofishohio.com on the net.

    The Crappies down south are much bigger and a lot of fun to catch. Please look for my comments on www.crappie.com and go to my new website www.adhocjigs.zoomshare.com and sign my guestbook. I'd love to hear from you."

    I am so sorry to hear about the passing of exec last year. Lewzer told me yesterday. My prayers are with his family. If anyone see's Big Daddy, tell him "old ship" says hello.
     
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  2. KSUFLASH

    KSUFLASH respect our rivers please

    welcome back. your well wishes about exexec are appreciated.

    Unsure if your signature is gonna last long though.

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  3. LOL flash...

    Welcome back Mike. Glad you made it "home" somewhat.

    I like the pictures, but we have some guidelines on size of graphics and what-not in signatures.

    One link to an external site is OK, but I think the pix gotta go... It's one of our policies you may not be aware of. With so many members, there were a lot of graphics taking up a lot of space, so we had to ask folks to remove them. But, as I said, the single external link is fine.
     
  4. Agent47

    Agent47 Trying to pull it in!!!!

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    Ship, good to see ya but Crappie.com is not coming up ?
    owell
    good to see ya, I know about the southern Ohio crappie..lol.....;)

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