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Dan189

Getting out on the Red (fargo)

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Hello ice fishing addicts! My name is Dan and I'm new to FishingMN but I've been in Fargo for years taming the giant cats on the red. I've been really wanting to get out on the Red tracking down the eyes through the ice, but I can't find anyone adventurous (insane) enough, or with some experience to come out with me. There are a few spots I want to try in the spring, but I just don't want to wait that long. My schedule is fairly open all this week 3/4 through 3/9. If anyone wants to get out please post or email me at:

narloch189@hotmail.com

Thanks,

Dan

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