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Looking For Smallie Guide on Mille Lacs

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I have a friend who is coming here from out of state and wants to hire a guide for smallies on Mille Lacs. If anyone has some names and numbers, it would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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I would get a hold of Steve Dezurik. He has the smallies down.

I am sure you will not be disappointed.

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Steve would be a good choice, but I didn't know he guided on Mille Lacs. Try calling Bob Carlson. If he can't get you in, he'll help you find someone else.

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Jim DaRosa is a very good guide. I've been out with him and we've caught fish.....

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I second the Jim Darosa post. He guides out of the south east side towards Isle.

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