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DocBoehme

Open seat Sept 1 to 8th

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DocBoehme

Every year a bunch of us guys fish Voyagaire National Park over Labor Day week (Sept 1 - 8) rent a houseboat, bring along our fishing boats, launch from Crane Lake and fish Crane, Namakan, Kabetogama, and Sand Point. If interested in going with us drop me a note.

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As much as I'd love to go with you guys it's impossible for me to get away from work at that time. We have a new catalog that starts hitting the mailboxes the week before and business really picks up those first couple of weeks of September. Best of luck on the trip and hope to see some great photo's!

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If you're seriously interested we have a shorter trip planned From July 15 - 19. So far this trip has three guys and two girls going. The trip in the fall is all men.

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Geeze that sounds fun! I can't get work off at time as well... BUT... if anyone is interested in doing something like this during the summer months (June - late Aug) let me know- I have these months free.. but that's all.. frown.gif

Although that shorter trip might work... I have to see. Will check calendar and wifey.

Would be great to meet some of you all.

Thanks for the offer DocBoehme.. the fall trip not possible for me... would loved to do something like that..

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DocBoehme,

Please let me know about the July 15-19th info. I need specific times, meeting locations, costs, and equiptment needed. I am looking for a trip for the lady and I and would rather take one with a good crowd(MN Fishing Forum) than go alone without good company. You can either post back or email me at aaronat21@hotmail.com

Catch 'em fast!

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One of the two open seats are still available. If interested contact me and I can link you to a website with photos and trip details.

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