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 Posted: Wed Sep 27th, 2006 02:06 am
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Moose
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Hi All. Again this year, Ralph did a spectacular job running the ponds. The DNR took a lot of fish out of the ponds this past spring. Ralph is the "Go To Guy" when the ponds are active. He makes a lot of phone calls and makes a lot of arrangments to make it all happen. Last week, Ralph made all the arrangments and drained the ponds. They are all ready to go for next year. If it wasn't for guys like Ralph, we would not have one of the most successful ponds in Michigan. Our pond out produces most ponds in the whole state. GREAT JOB RALPH.  AND THANK YOU for donating all your time.
Good Fishing,  MOOSE



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 Posted: Thu Sep 28th, 2006 10:55 am
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THANK YOU RALPH!



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 Posted: Thu Sep 28th, 2006 11:27 am
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Terry
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bobbarnes wrote: THANK YOU RALPH!

I'll agree with that. Ralph and the crew have always done a great job on the ponds over the years.



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