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Fred Trost Passes : RIP

Discussion in 'Michigan Whitetail Deer Hunting' started by wally-eye, Jul 18, 2007.

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  1. wally-eye

    wally-eye

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    As posted in another forum just reported that Fred Trost died last night/early this morning.

    If true its a sad day for all sportpeople in this state regardless of what you thought of his style......

    God Bless ya Fred...............

    RIP
     
  2. Mich. Buck Wacker

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    Truly a loss for sportsmen, Michigan. Prayers go out to the family.
     

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    Kick 'em in the teeth for me Fred!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    I believe it was complications from some type of pneumonia. Don't quote me on that, just the rumor. Still a sad day......

    Keep chasing that big buck in heaven Fred.
     
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    God bless his soul. :(
     
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    Mickey Finn One of the good guys

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    Sad news. Fred rest in peace.
     
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    That is sad news indeed. The entire family spent many a Thursday night gathered around the tv watching Practical Sportsman.
     
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    I really looked forward to Thursday night's and watching Fred. It is a sad day. I really think he had a good heart and tried to do what was best for us the sportsman.

    God bless you Fred.
     
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    :sad: Fred you will be missed!!!
     
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    That's sad news. I always enjoyed watching him and the Practical Sportsman.
     
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    :yikes: he wasent that old, I did enjoy watching him on tv thats to bad, you have to give the guy a A+ for trying to keep a outdoor show on here in Michigan, rest in peace fred.. Cya Slick
     
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    Prayers for the family.Thank you Fred for all that you have done for us and taught us about this great state. Rest in peace in Gods Great Outdoors.
     
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    My thoughts and prayers go out to Zach and all of his friends & family. I tried to never miss a show. I was just remembering the way he loved to make fun of himself....dumping a crock-pot of chili off the seat of his mini-van after applying the brakes too hard.....and then dropping another one on the ground later.....the time he backed the fifth-wheel rental through stumps and trees ripping the crap-pipe off underneath and basically "killing it" as his spotter yelled at him to stop.....
    I was grateful to him for resurecting Michigan Outdoors on Public TV, as I grew up with Mort Neff & Jerry Chipetta and missed the show very much. When I lived in Arkansas, I relished the tapes that friends sent me, and this show helped draw me back to Michigan.
    I love you, my brother. May I join you in the Big Hunt before too long.
     
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