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Thanks Gary!

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Gary, Thanks for the Sunday fishing. I learned more about the lake in 4 hours than I have in my previous 15 years on the lake. I can't believe we limited out in 3-6' of water. I thought that you only knew the West end grin.gif Some of the spots we were fishing in, would be mistaken for panfish spots, in fact no one else was fishing with us on a couple of those spots all morning.

For anybody looking for a guide on BOTH ends of the lake, I would highly recommend Gary the Guide. He is fun to fish with, works hard to put you on the fish, and teaches you how to fish for yourself when you aren't with him. He is the best guide on the lake for my money. I hire him at least once a year.

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Gary,

I have a cabin on Jacobson's point by the Landing and have been doing OK on the West end for Walleyes. I have a couple friends coming up Thursday 9/13 that have never caught many Walleyes. I am looking at heading over to the East side for a little more consistenat bite and was wondering if I could use your services. If you can contact me offline we can discuss it further. Savage3651@integra.net. Thanks in advance!

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diver...i sent you e mail ..but it doesnt go through

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