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Hello everyone. If you would like to donate some fishing stuff it would be awesome. Dakota County Parks has a kids fishing program, we rent out, free of charge, fishing equipment to anyone that wants it for the day. If anyone would like to drop some old stuff, or new, it would be awesome. No push or anything, just if you have some stuff laying around and are heading out that direction anyway. Its the Lebanon Hills Visitor Center in eagan.

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if you would like to donate. I will be travelling to the Dakota County Tech College for a class in another week, and be going back and forth for two weeks. I will be willing to transport from southern mn to the college where hopefully borg could get it from there. let me know, just post on the site

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Borg, this is a great way to share the outdoors to people that may not have the gear. Are they looking for winter and/or summer gear or both?

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Mainly summer gear thats the busy time of year. Winter could be a start though.

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Anything would be great. Tackle boxes, poles, reels, tackle, bobbers.

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I will be heading down to drop some stuff off next week, I would be willing to bring other peoples things down there to save someone a trip. I have a meeting in Eagan anyway...What are the hours of the visitor center?

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Tuesday - friday 10am-5pm

Saturday and Sunday 9am-5pm

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Thanks

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