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Chris Haley

Guiding 7/27 - 7/29 w/pics

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These are just two trips. I am still waiting for the photos of Sat, morning, and some more over 23.5" from last night. All in all we RELEASED close to thirty fish over 23.5" It's been great on the water. DSC01958.jpgDSC01949.jpgDSC01946.jpgDSC01932.jpgDSC01929.jpgkenny.jpgtom.jpg

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So when are we going?

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Very nice pictures!!! What lake? Bemidji?

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Yep!

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Those are some nice pictures, are you currently guiding on Cass Lake? We are coming up next week. How long have you been guiding on Cass? Thanks

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Yes, I've been guiding for Paul Nelson of Bemidji Area Lakes Guide Service for about 12 years. Paul has over 28 years experience.

Give us a call to book a trip one of the first days you're here. We believe in teaching as much as fishing. The info learned can then be used for the rest of your trip.

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