Guests - If You want access to member only forums on FM. You will gain access only when you Sign-in or Sign-Up on Fishing Minnesota.

It's easy - LOOK UPPER right menu.

Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0
mr d

he has helped many people and organizations and businesses

4 posts in this topic

Steve Rustad Benefit

Benefit dinner, silent auction, bake sale and kids' carnival for Steve Rustad and family.

He has been hospitalized since he was injured in an accident at his home on Sept. 7.

Date: 11/18/2007 - 11/18/2007

Time: 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Location: First Lutheran Church of Norway Lake 6338 County Road 40 NW, New London, Minnesota

Admission: Free will donation, sponsored by the Norway Lake Lutheran Parish

For more information call: 354-4222

Share this post

Link to post
Share on other sites


Stop by the shop we'll get you few things for the silent auction to help out with the benefit. I know some people like him and some didn't care too much for Rustad, but this should be a good time to help him & his family and show the human side of Care. (Even if you don't like the person) Accidents could happened to any one and Humanity demnads passion and care for all! (Human & Animals alike)


Share this post

Link to post
Share on other sites

The fundraiser was very well attended, good food, and lots of silent auction items to choose from. The area folks really came together to show people hope for the best for Steve and his family.

Tight Lines, Steve !

Share this post

Link to post
Share on other sites

Thanks to you guys that posted here and ones that attended benefit.

It means a lot to family and myself and want to let you know that.

Their were over 600 dinner plates filled and lots of good stuff given for silent auctions.

I am now finally out of hospital[Hennipen County Med Center]and living at The Courage Center where I am once again learning to walk etc.Have been thru 3 surgerys and lost 55 pounds but am actually starting to feel kinda good.

After being cooped up for past 4 months am getting things in order for American Cancer Tournaments and NLS school kids tourneys from my room.

hope to be out in February and will be working several sports shows in March and April.[non metro]

If you need any info on adult or kids tourneys check tournament section here or Classic Bass.

Thanks wink.gif

Share this post

Link to post
Share on other sites
This topic is now closed to further replies.
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0

  • Posts

    • FishinCT
      Went out for a couple hours Tuesday and put a few in the boat to end my season. Not a real hot bite but can't complain about two 15"ers for the pan. Thanks to everyone who shares info here. We've had the cabin for 6 years now and I'm starting to really figure things out with the help I find here. I'm nowhere near as good as I want to be but I always catch fish now, that wasn't always the case.  What a class of eater fish there is right now! Next year when they're all 16-17" will be great too, but it looks like we are going to have some lean years after that as far as eaters go. Anyone else see any signs of hope for a class after the current one? I don't remember catching anything under 14 all year
    • BluePork
      Hey Snaggy;  Just come up to the Crow and catch all the walleyes you want without screwin around with the boat or waiting for Tony to clear out a landing or three!!!!
    • ZachD
      LX-7 Firmware  LX-7 Software Update v5.10 (Release Date. Oct. 25th 2016) Update Procedure System requirements – PC only computer with 2.0 USB port and a 2.0 USB cable. Do not attempt upgrade without 2.0 port or cable. Save the LX7main.bin file from the MarCum website to your desktop (do not change the file name or extension). Plug in a USB 2 cable to your computer. DO NOT plug it into the LX7 display at this point. Remove the LX7 display from the gimbal Remove the transducer from the LX7 display Plug in power to the display from the 12v9amp battery provided with the LX7 Press and hold the down arrow, continue to hold the down arrow then press and hold the power button together until the screen flashes and you see the LX7 logo appear on the screen.  Release both buttons, and listen for the chirping. Chirping will remain consistent. If the unit powers off you have held the buttons down too long. Plug in the USB cable to the LX7 display (your computer should automatically recognize the external LX7 device). If not go into My Computer and you should see the external LX7 storage device. It could take your computer several minutes to recognize the LX7 storage device. Warning: If you see a message stating, "this process could perform faster with USB 2". STOP-- you will need to try a different USB port on your computer until you do not receive this message.  Drag the file from your desktop to the external LX7 device that popped up on your computer Listen for the long steady beep followed by chirping When you hear the chirping, safely eject using the "safely remove hardware" icon normally found on the bottom right hand corner of the screen of your computer.  Power down the LX7 display using the power button Replace the rubber USB plug Reassemble the LX7 Go Fish!
    • gunner55
      I have to agree with eyeguy. We usually don't put it up & take it down a bunch in a day. One of us might look for a new spot & if successful, then move.
    • MrSchrute
      The wife and I are looking to rent a sleeper on leech before the new baby comes. Does anyone have any recommendations on who does it best? I have contacted a couple of places on availability but am looking for any suggestions based on experience. I have decided on Leech over Mille Lacs due to the goofy limits they have this year. Thanks!