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cajunmusky
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1/27/13 4:00 AM CST
My condolences to Jim and his loved ones-

I never had the pleasure to meet Jim, but for the last 5 years, I have enjoyed reading his posts and reports while being stationed in Afghanistan- he provided a nice break from the war and allowed a fellow angler and American to daydream about sunny days on the water and the excitement of the possibility of a lunker on the next cast-

I wish that I could let his family and friends know that Jim touched a lot of people from far far away and made our lives better-

Next chance I get Jim, I'll toss one back for you-

Salute-

canadiandreams
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1/27/13 3:47 AM CST
What a tragic day. Thoughts and prayers to captain jim's family and friends. Although i never got the chance to fish with him, i quickly learned of his willingness to help others through this website. What a great guy and a sad loss for this tradition.

spin
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1/26/13 11:11 PM CST
RIP captain jim. Prayers to his family and all that knew him. At a time like this family and friends can find some solace knowing he passed doing what he loved. What a sad day for the Fishing community....

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fishinnutinwis
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1/26/13 10:26 PM CST
My prayers for Jim and his family.RIP. Crying

When I originally read this terrible news i was at a loss for words...so I said the above... Woke up this morning thinking about him .. I never met Jim in person..Seen him in action on TV..And ofcourse always read his posts..... I remember when he first came to Lake-Link and started posting to the chequamegan bay thread.He shared his experience with all of us and his posts were True and without ego..Many times he took the extra time to PM me answers to specific questions or even email them to me..He played a large part in helping me get started trolling the bay in the spring.. He was an Honorable Man.. He was real to life and a REAL fisherman! He helped people learn to fish and learn to catch fish, and he did it with class..He was always willing to share what he knew and loved to do..even on a public forum. As far as Im concerned he was up there with the likes of Al Linder as being a teacher of fishing.. I had promised several times to book an outing with him when i could, and we recently had feb 7th penciled in - just working out the details of machines and such..I really looked forward to spending a day fishing with him..I am soo sorry for his family and closest friends..He will be remembered.. As I think it was Cajunmusky said --- the next time Im up on the bay - Im letting one go back for Jim!!

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1/26/13 9:01 PM CST
RIP,,,, Crying,,,,Hope there is fish to catch where ever you may be...

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1/26/13 9:01 PM CST
Our prayers are with Jim's family. He was a great person and a legend in the fishing industry!

Happy trails my friend......

larry lowlife
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1/26/13 8:45 PM CST
Rip Jim we lost one of the greats

JJB
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1/26/13 8:30 PM CST
Duluth new has the article.

CrappieNutJustin
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1/26/13 8:27 PM CST
glad to say i knew Jim from talking on here and facebook and meeting him at fishing shows, amazing person and legend fisherman. i have no words to express my sadness right now, prayers for wife and family. As for the spot, i heard his snowmobile went in near madeline island, but this could be rumour i havent heard anything for sure.

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thunderstix
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1/26/13 8:14 PM CST
Very, very sad news. The fishing world is in shock and my condolences to his family. Maybe someone can post some info on the unsafe area and where to stay away from. Jim knew that body of water like the back of his hand and stayed on top of the ice conditions, which makes it even more shocking.

JJB
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1/26/13 7:33 PM CST
We lost a great man today. RIP Jim. You will be missed. Crying

arcticcat
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1/26/13 7:18 PM CST
RIP Jim Hudson, I always enjoyed your fishing reports. We lost a great asset to the sport today.

EYEfanatic
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1/26/13 6:58 PM CST
Sad, sad, day......

yote1
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1/26/13 6:50 PM CST
Thinking of and praying for Jim and his family.

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1/26/13 5:52 PM CST
Hope for the best JIM HUDSON

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