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Looking for Marty - From Lake Calhoun Fri. Morning 11/2

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I'm looking for a guy named Marty (in his late 20's early 30's), who was bass fishing at Lake Calhoun this morning (Fri. 11/2). He was in a newer 17.5 foot Crestliner with a 115hp Mercury. He was wearing a blue rain suit with B.A.S.S. and American Bass Anglers patches on it, and said he was from Minneapolis, and a bass club tournament angler.

He let me take a few photos of him fishing. I'm shooting photos for a fishing rod catalog, and I forgot to get his contact information.

I would like to send him an e-mail so I can have him sign a release to use the photos for our fishing projects.

I don't know if he is an FM'er or if anyone knows him??



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