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    From: Steve Thomas [mailto:stevet@readyelec.com]
    Sent: Monday, October 24, 2016 2:13 PM
    To: captainjim@striperfun.com
    Subject: Sunday Striper Trip

    Captain Jim –

    Wanted to take the time to express my appreciation for the fish you put us on, and how much fun we had, Willow Grove Cabin was everything you said it was a good place to stay with a great view.

    All in all it was great trip on a World Class Fishery, I can’t wait until we can do it again, I want to feel what kind of pull a 40 – 50 pound striper feels like!

    Really enjoyed out trip! Maybe next time I won’t kick the plug out as I was trying to bring a “hoss” to the boat!

    Thank you again,

    P.S. – When I get the chance I will tell everyone on fishin’. Com what a good trip we had despite unfavorable conditions under blue bird skies.
    Be sure to e-mail photo’s when you get the chance!


    Steve Thomas
    Project Manager Service Department
    Ready Electric Company, Inc.
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      Jim Durham -
      Thanks Steve for your kind words. That 50 pound monster is waiting for you!! Hope to see you and all the guys again soon!
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