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TroutYammer

Park Rapids Area Fishing Guide for September 21/22, 2007

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I am looking for a good walleye guide for September 21/22. Looking to fish the Park Rapids area for my birthday with my brother. Anyone know of a good guide for the area?

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troutyammer,

I can help.

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Get a hold of Muskybug ( Click here for his profile) here on the Park Rapids forum... he should be able to help you out...

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I wil no longer be in the area so get a hold of Jason for sure, Jonah

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Thanks for the information. I sent an email to the email-address in this post tonight. Looking foreward to getting the information.

Thanks.

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You could try the Viking Outfitter 1 mile North of Emmaville. Ray is a heck of a nice guy and has lost more fish than I will ever catch. I don't know his phone number but if you call the Emmaville Store they should be able to help you out. If not pm me and I will get you the information. Tim

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Yeah...I can't find the phone number for the Emmaville store either. If you could post the information I would greatly appreciate it.

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