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Hey I'm fishing here!

jasminth Amulet Posted by in Fish Hunt - June 23, 2014, 8:36 am


angel Been way too long since I've posted anything. I'm feeling good about fishing.

You need 1113 more Fishing EXP to beat Oyen Glom currently ranked 721..pushing on!

My tip; When looking at anyones scores, use f3 and insert name.

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April's been a wonderful month in SL for me. New Fishing and Gold Hunting explorations, renewal of past friendships, having my families with me, Friends of Drachenorden and the Knights of Talon. As always I thank my beautiful daughter, Ahri(Alsatian) whose been along for the ride with me.

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