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Snobe's Report?

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Howdy, has anyone been out with Snobe's yet this year? We are heading up on Jan 10th, but I was just curious as to how far out his houses are now & how they have been producing. He mentioned when we made our reservations that they now have 6 man Cadilacs - 12 holes, hot plate, can, etc. Cheers!

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Haven't had the chance to talk with Baron or Darin yet this year. they run a class operation. They were highlighted on Due North program hosted by Ron Shara's daughter on Saturday morning. Give Riverbend resort a call Charlie or Judy should be able to give you some info as Snobe's headquarter out of there. Riverbend number is on the link at the top of the page. Good luck and hang. Bill

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ALL I CAN TELL U ABOUT SNOBES IT THAT THERE MIXED IN WITH ADRIANS HOUSES DONT KNOW HOW THERE DOING

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