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Leech Lake Muskie Guide

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I will be up Aug 11-18th and I am looking for a muskie guide early in the week. Can anyone help?

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Al Mass is a great guide. You will learn alot from him.

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Bobby Landerville is also a great option, great guy, great knowledge of the lake.

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Jim Murphy is another great guide.

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Roger Larson is a great guide and is much cheaper than others.

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Just to add to the already very good list...Dan Craven, Jack Shriver (Jr. or Sr.).

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Brad Swenson's a good guide too. He has a place at Moonlight Bay Resort.

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i went out with bobby landreville on mon.morn.and we got 5.he is one of the best guides on the lake.

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