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    BigDawgg, you need to pull all those lanterns that are being dumped aside, and give me a call to come and pick them up. That'll save them from the land fill.
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    There's a good idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gcromer View Post
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    BigDawgg, you need to pull all those lanterns that are being dumped aside, and give me a call to come and pick them up. That'll save them from the land fill.
    I will if you are serious about that! I see them every so often.

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    Yea I do, I like any that are the pump up type, pressure like the Coleman and other makes. I don't do anything with the propane type other than take the glass globes off of them. there were many makes other than Coleman. camping stoves also. I think of all of the Coleman, camping, fuel that is thrown out too. Just contact me when you have some, several, and I'll make a trip. They can be green, gray, red, nickel, stainless, yellow. many colors. Thanks. 803-466-9865, 803-794-1483
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    Okay, you ask for it you got it! I'll call my cousin and ask him to start looking out for them also. He works at another convenience center at Lake Wylie. We'll get you as many as we can. Lanterns and stoves!
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    WOW, Haven't heard about that Lure in over 50 years. When I was in College in Columbia, S.C. in 1966 to 1969 we used to fish the Broad River for big Gar Fish with a Bayou Boogie. We caught some of the biggest I have ever seen. Lost a lot of lures but caught a lot of Gar..

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    Back on topic, I received two Pico Perch and they are dead ringers for the Boogie! Just need them to paint the Striper pattern and we'd be set.
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    I'll try and work on that pattern next week
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    Back on topic, I received two Pico Perch and they are dead ringers for the Boogie! Just need them to paint the Striper pattern and we'd be set.
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    The Pico Perch is a good crappie bait pushing with a 3 oz weight 3ft above it and pushing at 1.8 mph. Here is a depth chart for that method. Blueboogie and Bullfrog colors worked good for me.
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