Sw The Buffalo Flood Monticello Trilogy For Roger

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Sw The Buffalo Flood Monticello Trilogy For Roger

Postby Scottish Warrior » Fri May 10, 2013 9:25 am

Hi Roger,
Here you are Buddy,as promised and a day ahead of what I said,not bad for an Oldie.
I have done the best I can as the Photos are a little Grainy,but I think they turned out okay.
In Sw Buffalo Flood Monticello 1 you are fishing the Mean Streets for:;
Jumping Black and White Crappie,Walleye Dark,Smallmouth Bass,Largemouth Bass2,Brown Trout,Brown Trout 2,Spotted Bass,Steelhead,
Plus Sauger,Saugeye Wiper,Freshwater Drum,Perch and Bluegill Male,15 Species in all.
In Sw Buffalo Flood Monticello 2 you are fishing for::
Jumping Black and White Crappie,Smallmouth Bass,Largemouth Bass2,Brown Trout,Spotted Bass,Steelhead Plus
Sauger,Saugeye,Wiper,Freshwater Drum,Walleye,Perch,Bluegill Male,Bluegill 2,15 Species in all.
In Sw Buffalo Flood Monticello 3 you are fishing for::
Jumping Steelhead Red,Walleye Dark,Brown Trout 2,Black and White Crappie,Smallmouth Bass,Largemouth Bass2,Spotted Bass,Rainbow,
Plus Freshwater Drum,Sauger,Saugeye,Wiper,Perch,Bluegill Male,15 Species in all.
I hope you enjoy these updates and maybe you will comment on the Scenario of these Outings for our newer members who will not know the Story.
Have Fun,
Regards Martin.

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Re: Sw The Buffalo Flood Monticello Trilogy For Roger

Postby rwwalleye » Fri May 10, 2013 1:11 pm

Hi Martin,
Thank you very much for the redo on these 3 outings, in the 128 v Barns and I had a competition with these 3 and they were excellent. Will definitely work these in the list I already have downloaded . Thanks again. May try one this evening and let you know. With the new version they should be excellent especially with some of the newer fish. Thanks again, Roger
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