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name: corey
city: grand forks
email: corey_barrett7@hotmail.com
lake_river: request a lake
Date: 07/10/2004
Time: 06:41:11 PM

Small_Lakes

does any one know a good bass lake under 4 hours away from grand forks


name: jeannette
city: liberty MO
: mardiwr@sbcglobal.net
Date: Thursday July 08, 2004
Time: 06:23:56 PM

Fishing_talk

What is bufflo fish? I had never heard of it til today, but we are not sure what it really is!

thanks


name: brad
city: grand forks
Area: Grand Forks
Date: Thursday July 08, 2004
Time: 10:24:21 AM

Red_River

I took my wife out on the river last night just to drive around and catch some goldeyes for bait. What a great night just to be outside and on the river. Sitting in one spot we watched a doe and her new fawn just being deer and didn't even care that we were there. Watched the carp eating cotton that fell from the trees. Besides the great fishing in the Red there is so much more to see and do on a beautiful evening in July.


name: Kent Hollands
city: Grand Forks
Area: Grand Forks
Date: Tuesday July 06, 2004
Time: 02:47:01 PM

Red_River

Underwater hazzard. For those running out of the North Boat ramp there is a snag just around the first bend in the river. The hazzard in between the center snag and the ND bank. There is nothing showing on the water surface to warm you about it either. I will now be running between the snag and the MN bank. With water starting to get lower Caution should be used even more.

Fishing report: Monday fishing was still slow four hours of fishing got us two cats, 4 and 6 lbs. They were the only bites we had. Should be getting better soon.


name: Kris Moen
city: Gilby
email: moener25@Hotmail.com
lake_river: Fordville Dam
Date: 07/05/2004
Time: 07:40:47 PM

Small_Lakes

Has anyone been fishing Fordville Dam or Matejcek Dam this summer? Planning on going to both this week. ANy info would be appreciated.


name: lee
city: akron
Area: Grand Forks
Date: Monday July 05, 2004
Time: 10:55:57 AM

Red_River

we just got back from grand forks and caught numerous smaller 3 to 4 lb fish.biggest was 8 lbs.cut suckers was a good bait for us.can't wait for the tourney,hopefully the bigger cats will be biting by then.


name: Scott-The Admin
city: Grand Forks
Area: Grand Forks
Date: Saturday July 03, 2004
Time: 07:35:05 PM

Red_River

Took out the eldest daughter yesterday (she's 4)

We called it an afternoon fishing with 'daddy'.

I only used one line all afternoon, hers. We fished for goldeye...and it worked.

Every cast was a fish. We had so much fun! The were even biting on gummi worms (her idea, not mine).

The only downside was that she complained that her arms were tired from reeling in the fish.

Yes, she did the casting AND the hook setting.

One other thing...July 4th marks the 3rd year we've been online.

Thanks everyone!


name: Stu McKay
city: Lockport
Area: Canada
: redcats@mts.net
Date: Saturday July 03, 2004
Time: 01:59:25 PM

Red_River

Sturgeon Alert!

Yesterday a father and son team hooked up with a "MONSTER" lake sturgeon here in Lockport!

It all began when the son thought he was snagged on the bottom but his dad was quick to point out that snags don't swim and that he had better set the hook! The son did and that's when the drama began to play itself out. The son (in his late twenties) was using an ugly-stik and had 50# braid spooled on his reel. He kept steady pressure on the fish and after a ten minute struggle he brought it to the surface only feet from their boat. This is when reality set in on both the type of fish, the size of the fish and also the fact that the huge sturgeon had been snagged approximately 2 feet up from its tail section! According too the fathers description, the sturgeons tail was 12 to 14 inches from tip to tip! Now that's one hell'ava big sturgeon! After the fish had been surfaced it dove for the bottom or so they thought. After another ten minutes or so of keeping constant pressure on the great fish it seems the son could not budge it. The father then assumed that the fish was tangled up in a cable or some form of snag. He suggested to his son to drop the rod tip in order to give the fish some slack and maybe this free itself from this snag. Almost immediately the hook dislodged freeing the fish and in doing so hook and sinker came flying out of the water! Apparently the huge fish had been holding only feet below the surface!

Although the fish wasn't landed (besides it had been snagged) at least they got a good look at what was apparently a very large fish. I'm very greatful that they were willing to share their experience with me which in turn allows me the same opportunity to share it with you. Over the past decade epecially during high water situations, more and more "BIG" lake sturgeon are making their presence felt here on the lower Red. The largest to date caught by a gal from MO. during the high water of '96, 78 inches in length with an estimated weight of 130 plus pounds! Who knows maybe someone good fortune will shine down on some lucky angler in the weeks to come and they'll land this beast! If it happens lets hope they get some quality pic's!

Fish Hard!


name: Stu McKay
city: Lockport
Area: Canada
: redcats@mts.net
Date: Saturday July 03, 2004
Time: 12:08:07 PM

Red_River

Sturgeon Alert!

Yesterday a father and son team hooked up with a "MONSTER" lake sturgeon here in Lockport!

It all began when the son thought he was snagged on the bottom but his dad was quick to point out that snags don't swim and that he had better set the hook! The son did and that's when the drama began to play itself out. The son (in his late twenties) was using an ugly-stik and had 50# braid spooled on his reel. He kept steady pressure on the fish and after a ten minute struggle he brought it to the surface only feet from their boat. This is when reality set in on both the type of fish, the size of the fish and also the fact that the huge sturgeon had been snagged approximately 2 feet up from its tail section! According too the fathers description, the sturgeons tail was 12 to 14 inches from tip to tip! Now that's one hell'ava big sturgeon! After the fish had been surfaced it dove for the bottom or so they thought. After another ten minutes or so of keeping constant pressure on the great fish it seems the son could not budge it. The father then assumed that the fish was tangled up in a cable or some form of snag. He suggested to his son to drop the rod tip in order to give the fish some slack and maybe this free itself from this snag. Almost immediately the hook dislodged freeing the fish and in doing so hook and sinker came flying out of the water! Apparently the huge fish had been holding only feet below the surface!

Although the fish wasn't landed (besides it had been snagged) at least they got a good look at what was apparently a very large fish. I'm very greatful that they were willing to share their experience with me which in turn allows me the same opportunity to share it with you. Over the past decade epecially during high water situations, more and more "BIG" lake sturgeon are making their presence felt here on the lower Red. The largest to date caught by a gal from MO. during the high water of '96, 78 inches in length with an estimated weight of 130 plus pounds! Who knows maybe someone good fortune will shine down on some lucky angler in the weeks to come and they'll land this beast! If it happens lets hope they get some quality pic's!

Fish Hard!


name: Drew
city: kingsley
Area: Comment
Date: Friday July 02, 2004
Time: 03:20:53 PM

Red_River

Hello everyone, I invite you all to visit a little fishing site I have going. We have photos and stories of our most recent trip to Lockport... It's some pretty good readin, I think you'll enjoy.

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<reason-no unauthorized URL's please!>

 


name: Canuck
city: Lockport
Area: Canada
Date: Thursday July 01, 2004
Time: 03:51:11 PM

Red_River

David: Try and use your goldeyes fresh but if you can't use as fresh as U can. I always keep a few frozen just incase I can't catch any or just plain run out of time. Use the goldeye whole, DO NOT clean them. Cut them in steaks approx 3/4" to an inch wide. Run the hook through the backbone and out the skin. The head is one of my favourite then the body cavity. The tail will work but is my last choice. It is not uncommon to go through 20 goldeyes in a full day of fishing. Keep your bait fresh, 15 min per piece of bait.


name: david
city: hallock
Area: Other area
Date: Thursday July 01, 2004
Time: 03:18:53 PM

Red_River

what is the best way to prepare a goldeye for cats?ive always used chicken livers but didnt have much luck when i tried them on the red and would like trying goldeyes.thanks.


name: Stu McKay
city: Lockport
Area: Grand Forks
: redcats@mts.net
Date: Thursday July 01, 2004
Time: 10:02:50 AM

Red_River

Just a quick update from the MECCA!

Absolute MAYHEM could best describe the pace! Two guys (their first visit to Lockport) from Topeka, KS. are having the time of their lives! They fished last night from around 10:00 PM till sun up, total catch.....43 kitties! Not a bad effort for a couple of rookies! Goldeye is the bait of choice at this time!

Fish Hard!

Stu McKay www.catsonthered.net


name: Kent Hollands
city: Grand Forks
Area: Grand Forks
Date: Wednesday June 30, 2004
Time: 04:04:01 PM

Red_River

The weather for the weekend looks great low 80's Sat and low 70's Sun. The river level is great right now not high and not to low. As for frogs I haven't looked since the skeets are so bad, and the bait shops I don't think have any yet. Best bet is for bait in the order I try is, Fresh cutbait, Shrimp, liver, worms. Hope that helps you out. Oh and the cotton is floating on the river and the carp are thick if you like fishing for them.


name: lee
city: akron
Area: Grand Forks
Date: Wednesday June 30, 2004
Time: 02:47:54 PM

Red_River

yes kent have heard that about the lake river.we are gonna be using suckers and hopefully some goldeyes.are the frogs out up there yet?what is the water level now and forcast for the weekend


name: Kent Hollands
city: Grand Forks
Area: Grand Forks
Date: Wednesday June 30, 2004
Time: 02:40:24 PM

Red_River

I have only use cut sucker. Never had any good luck catching big cats on worms. But if your looking for eaters worms may work pretty good. Was just going to remind you since your fishing south. I you go up the red lake river closer to the dam make sure you have a MN fishing license, that not border waters and they will ticket you there. I haven't used anything else yet so I can't base suckers against anything. Hope you have a good trip.


name: lee
city: akron
Area: Grand Forks
Date: Wednesday June 30, 2004
Time: 12:58:19 PM

Red_River

kent,we will be fishing the south ramp most of the time but may head to the north one also to try.what have the one's that are biting been biting on.


name: Greg
city: Donnybrook
email:
lake_river: comment
Date: 06/30/2004
Time: 10:22:58 AM

Small_Lakes

Northgate dam 6-27 real good activity 2 20 in trout on rattle trap and 15 trout from 6-10 inches 9 waleye all 6-9 inches one 16 inches in 20 feet of water all small eyes hit from bottom went with rattletrap and 1 oz weight to get 15 feet and the deeper the bigger the fish spent 4 hrs and cought and released 20-25 kept 3 of the biggest one trout weighed 3.4 lbs and waleye in at 4.2 lbs


name: greg
city: Donnybrook
email:
lake_river: comment
Date: 06/30/2004
Time: 10:17:41 AM

Small_Lakes

McGregor dam 6-29-04 Lot of chunks of moss and algee too much moss for lure action even very few fish on the finder


name: Kent Hollands
city: Grand Forks
Area: Grand Forks
Date: Wednesday June 30, 2004
Time: 09:21:01 AM

Red_River

Lee, If your coming up to kindof prefish for Cats Incredible your going to be disapointed. Fishing is slow but should be picking up within a week or two. With water levels starting to stabilize after a month on high water fishing will improve. Where are you going to be fishing the red. If you are going in Grand Forks on the North ramp lok for a Dark Blue Crestliner. Good Luck


name: lee
city: akron
Area: Grand Forks
Date: Tuesday June 29, 2004
Time: 05:18:45 PM

Red_River

was wondering what everyone thinks the fishing will be like this weekend and the water level on the red.we r headin up there to try before the tourney at the end of the month.thanx guys and gals


name: Brad
city: grand forks
Area: Canada
Date: Tuesday June 29, 2004
Time: 04:28:47 PM

Red_River

Ray,

Right now at Grand Forks the river is a bit high but very fishable. I think you will do fine. You may have to deal with some mud. When the river is high or rising the fishing tends to turn on. If you feel safe at the level have a good time. The cats should be coming out of spawn and be ready to eat. Have a good time.


Name: Mike
City: Florisssant
: mwlowery55@hotmail.com
Date: Tuesday June 29, 2004
Time: 04:07:55 PM

Missouri_River

Where are the best places around the St. Louis area in the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers? Years ago it was easy to find a spot on the river. But not now with all the casinos. I fish from the bank, for those cats, and now I can't find anywhere in the St. Louis area to access the rivers. Where do I go?


name: ray
city: emerson
Area: Canada
: shoeman@nconnect.net
Date: Tuesday June 29, 2004
Time: 02:44:47 PM

Red_River

talked to my grampa that lives in emerson and he said river is higher than hell. just wondering if fishing is okay when river is high. Last year we visited him on labor day and river was low and we caught alot of goldeyes and some cats and a few walleyes.Is the fishing generally better when water is low.I usually fish in emerson off the river bank. since im from wisconsin only get there once a year to see him so i want to make sure i come up when fishing is good.Any replies would surely be appreciated.


name: Kent Hollands
city: Grand Forks
Area: Grand Forks
Date: Monday June 28, 2004
Time: 09:25:22 PM

Red_River

Fishing I would say is slow during the day. Haven't been out in the evening so I can't give you any report on the night bite which I'm sure is better then the bite during the day, and that wouldn't take much. The big cats should be coming out of spawn in a week or two so be ready I'm sure things will pick up.


name: john williams
city: minot afb
email: bee_eazy2004@yahoo.com
lake_river: request a lake
Date: 06/27/2004
Time: 11:47:03 PM

Small_Lakes

can someone please tell me and my wife what places are good to fish at within 30 miles of minot. we are new to the area!


name: Woody
city: Grand Forks
email: hereigo@hotmail.com
lake_river: English Coulee-Grand Forks
Date: 06/26/2004
Time: 11:19:38 PM

Small_Lakes

Mackie... You can drive right up to the first pond by taking Merrifield Road and then turning south on county road 13. To get to the back pond, head south on the road that goes by the hunting and kennel club, cross Merrifield Road, countinue for about 2 or 3 miles, and turn right on a dead end road. The is a farm on the left and a shooting range right next to the dike.


name: Stu McKay
city: Lockport
Area: Canada
: redcats@mts.net
Date: Saturday June 26, 2004
Time: 08:56:17 AM

Red_River

Food for thought........ The "Wednesday Night Catfish League" really appeals to me, the entire concept is brillant! What a better way for people to gather and have a little fun at the same time. Lately I've been comptemplating whether or it would be of any interest to hold a little friendly competition between U.S. and Canuck cat'ers! It would possibly only involve a single days fishing in U.S. waters and the same would apply in Canadian waters. In other words it would only be held twice a year, possibly back to back Saturdays or something to that effect. I just think it would be a great way to bring more folks who share the "passion for angling" an opportunity to get together and have a little quality fun!

I would appreciate any and all input into the above mention, lets hear your thoughts!

Fish Hard!

Stu McKay


name: Scott-The Admin
city: Grand Forks
Area: Comment
: scott@invoman.com
Date: Thursday June 24, 2004
Time: 08:56:26 PM

Red_River

Draytonís 4th annual Rod & Reel Rally Catfishing Tournament will be held Saturday, July 24, 2004 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at Hastings Landing Recreation area, downtown Drayton, ND. Cash prizes will be paid for the largest catfish, and a special $30,000 cash prize will be awarded if a new ND record catfish is caught. Minimum 2 paid entry fees per boat; entry fee is $45. Entry forms available at Red River Motel and Resort, 701-454-6184; for information, call the Resort or Wayne at 701-454-3821 or email chamber@draytonND.com

Sponsored by Drayton Community Chamber of Commerce and KXPO 1340AM.


name: Canuck
city: Lockport
Area: Canada
Date: Wednesday June 23, 2004
Time: 10:23:52 PM

Red_River

40 kitties today. We got 20 in the morning and in the afternoon we had a dry spell with only 2 until 3:30 and then I found them. I am totally amazed at this guy I have. He is 82 and landed every one of those fish. About 3:30 I found this spot and he hooked up on 14 of the 18 kitties. I didn't have time to put my rod in the water. There were over 20 kitties over 20 lbs and 6 of them were over 37". It is truly amazing what this high water has produced. I will be glad to have friday off.

I have 2 anchors made by Brad's friends in Grand Forks and both of them hooked up solid this afternoon. I simply tied short to the front of the boat and gunned it. The prongs bent and came loose. If anybody is looking for an anchor to use on the Red at Lockport speak to Brad. I strongly recommended them.


name: Lyle
city: Devils Lake
email:
Date: Wednesday June 23, 2004
Time: 09:44:47 PM

Hot_Topics

Attention fishermen!

The wind has been blowing steadily for the last four days. The temperatures are low for this time of year and might make a fishing trip uncomfortable. Check the weather before planning your trip.


name: mike
city: minot
Date: Wednesday June 23, 2004
Time: 09:00:31 PM

Lake_Sakakawea

i have been fishing at the tailraces on the nmissouri and have had really good luck useing rapalas late at night average weight about 2#-5# i just went opn 6/22 and got 3 closer to the damn seems to be better


name: Stu McKay
city: Lockport
Area: Canada
: redcats@mts.net
Date: Wednesday June 23, 2004
Time: 07:11:49 PM

Red_River

Update for Tuesday, June 23rd.

The weather was the absolute Sh####t's today but the same cannot be said for the action those "BIG" kitties provided! It was total MAYHEM out there! Three of my top guides alone did over 100 before lunch, this with a total of six active rods in the water! (I'm sure Canuck will back me up when he gets his strength back) Considering all the years I've logged on this WORLD CLASS fishery, it seems she'll never cease to amaze me and those who come to experience her. I may not guide much these days but I will say this, I'll never tire of listening to the stories from those coming off the water after a hard day of fish'n!

Fish Hard!


name: Stu McKay
city: Lockport
Area: Canada
: redcats@mts.net
Date: Wednesday June 23, 2004
Time: 11:34:27 AM

Red_River

This is a must see!!!!! Checkout Fishingminnesota.com and the posting on the catfsih thread titled, "I guess I have been using the wrong bait"! This is truly amazing!

Fish Hard!


name: Canuck
city: Lockport
Area: Canada
Date: Tuesday June 22, 2004
Time: 07:49:01 PM

Red_River

Had an elderly gentleman today (82) and he landed 20 in the morning and 13 in the afternoon. We lost at least another 20 all on goldeye. We had to move several times when the bite went dead but after a move we would pick up another 5 or 6 though. It is a mixed blessing, it would be nice to have a quiet day on the red but then one wants the client to have fun too.


name: mackie
city: grand forks afb
email:
lake_river: English Coulee-Grand Forks
Date: 06/22/2004
Time: 04:19:21 PM

Small_Lakes

still no luck finding a back way to the coulee's.....but i heard that there is a way, any help would help out alot....


name: Stu McKay
city: lockport
Area: Canada
: redcats@mys.net
Date: Tuesday June 22, 2004
Time: 10:45:42 AM

Red_River

Just a quick up date for the lower Red. The Department of Public Works is currently in the process this morning of putting the dam back in. This will now give me the opportunity to repair my docks and once again re-enstall them. Contrary to what's been said, the action for cats is still great! One of my guys caught a ligitimate mid thirty two days ago, she was one hell'ava big fish! Now that the river is becoming more stable, production on goldeye is really picking up. This has got to be considered a top producer at this time.

Fish Hard!


name: ibwhnt
city: Grand Forks
Area: Grand Forks
Date: Monday June 21, 2004
Time: 10:19:37 AM

Red_River

North Ramp is no open. Went down Sat evening and shoveled the last 15 ft of mud off the ramp. I also placed sticks along the edge of the ramp. Just make sure that your truck stays on the ramp, its a little soft on the edges. Good Luck


name: Lucas
city: elk grove
Remote Name: 24.7.171.156
Date: 06/20/2004
Time: 10:53:09 PM

Devils_Lake

I'm going to Devil's Lake in July and I was wondering if there are any muskie? any replies would be awesome! thanks


name: Steve Karels
city: Ionia, Ia. 50645
: skarels@nashua-plainfield.k12.ia.us
Remote Name: 69.66.72.189
Date: 06/18/2004
Time: 06:31:18 PM

Devils_Lake

My good friend and I have never been to North Dakota before and we would like to see what it would take to pull our 16 foot boat up and spend some time fishing. We are also thinking about possibly bringing the families and kids along and make this our vacation for the year. So we would be interested to finding out what would be available for them as they won't wanting to be fishing all day. Thanks


name: Brad
city: Grand Forks
Area: Comment
: bdurick@yahoo.com
Date: Friday June 18, 2004
Time: 10:14:27 AM

Red_River

Stu,

We were in the process of planning a similar event for this August. Due to some rules for permits we decided to cancel this year and wait until 2005 so we can show off the brand new boat landing that our organization is helping get built. I don't think we will get to the magnitude of Winnipeg right away but we have to start somewhere.

If anyone would like to help us plan for 2005 or would like some info on Fish Winnipeg to see what we are going to try to duplicate please feel free to send an email.

thanks


name: Stu McKay
city: Lockport
Area: Drayton
: redcats@mts.net
Date: Friday June 18, 2004
Time: 09:37:50 AM

Red_River

Brad, Scott, I appreciate your generous comments, you are both way to kind. The truth of the matter is relatively straight foreword........"there are those of "US" who really do sincerely care and who really want to give something back", thankfully we are in a position to do so! I cannot begin to tell you how much this event means to myself and to "all" the other individuals who give their time and money to support this most worthy event! Enough thanks cannot be said on thier behalf. One really has to be present to fully appreciate the magnitude and scope of this event, it's absolutely incredible! Special "kudu's" must go out to the City of Winnipeg and also to the Provincial Fisheries Branch, for they are tireless in their efforts of ensuring this event is successful!

So U-All.......how long before we see a similiar event unfold in your neighborhood?

Fish Hard!

Stu McKay


name: Canuck
city: Lockport
Area: Canada
Date: Friday June 18, 2004
Time: 06:47:50 AM

Red_River

Brad: it was too bad the carp didn't go but at least your partner got the biggest fish for the media. I picked up the anchor, REAL NICE. I will get you the cash for it when U are up on the Wpg River.

Yes that Fish Wpg is a great event. I really missed it this year but had a several day guide and it was the last day. The water seems to be dropping rather quickly so if U stop doing the rain dance down south it is OK. I am out on the water in an hr. Take care UALL and see U on the Red


name: Scott-The Admin
city: Grand Forks
Area: Comment
: this-website
Date: Thursday June 17, 2004
Time: 08:31:59 PM

Red_River

Agreed, Brad.

So often we think of fishing as being just for 'us' and just for fun...and this event in Winnipeg just goes to show you how much can be done with fishing.

Underserved children have a sweet spot in my heart. Their is nothing more deserving, in my eyes, than a child who has needs that are unfulfilled.

Heeps of praise on the City of Winnipeg for sponsoring such an event and cheers to all the corporate sponsors who gave money to help these needy children.

Oh yeah...and congrats to Stu and his team.

Stu is one class act, take note all you lurkers!


name: Brad
city: Grand Forks
Area: Canada
Date: Thursday June 17, 2004
Time: 08:14:50 PM

Red_River

I would like to congratulate Stu on his Fish Winnipeg win. I would also like to thank him for being so gratious and taking the WDAZ team out for the media portion of the tournament. You showed us the utmost in professionalism and you showed why you are the premier catman in North America. It is very obvious that you are very respected when we moved and four boats moved with us.

Stu, it is also great that you are willing to take a day off to donate your time to the underprivelaged kids of the city. Everyone should thank Stu and all of the other guides and people who donate time to help put on this event.


name: ibwhnt
city: Grand Forks
Area: Grand Forks
Date: Thursday June 17, 2004
Time: 12:56:26 PM

Red_River

Stu, I even heard that there was a trophy StoneCat caught. Heard it was about 8" in length hehehe

Great job!


name: Stu McKay
city: Lockport
Area: Canada
: redcats@mts.net
Date: Thursday June 17, 2004
Time: 11:27:53 AM

Red_River

Just a quick up-date on this year's Fish Winnipeg Challenge....... The crew from WDAZ and I ended up taking 3rd. Not what I had in mind but still a respectable result! The afternoon corporate event was a different story and it had a different ending as our team took 1st!!!

For those that don't know what this event is all about, please read on. This year marked the 7th anual "Fish Winnipeg Corporate/Media Challenge". The events sole purpose is to provide the opportunity for Winnipeg's "High Risk youth offenders" a chance to learn how to fish. Its an incredible program, with incredible results! Each year (thanks to the army of voluteers) more than "600" boys and girls ranging in age from 10 to 15 take part in this program. By the way these kids must prove they really want to participate, they have to show improvement in their grades at school as well as displaying other positive scocial skills. The kids spend the day on a disignated location on the Red where they are taught the basic's of angling. At the end of the day, they get to keep the rod and reel that had been provided for them! The programs sole intent is to give these young people a little encouragement in life! Teaching them how to fish is something that will no doubt help improve their social developement, this will remain with them for their entire lives. This is why I'm so adamant about supporting this worthy program!!!!!

Fish Hard!

Stu McKay www.catsonthered.net

 


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