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I just want to thank those replied to my message asking for a good St. Croix guide. Went yesterday 09/03 with Turk and had a pretty good day (better than I expected). Between 3 fisherman we caught 11 species including 35 or so walleye, sauger, saugeye combined, 4 species of bass, and a mix of this and that. No pigs, just good steady action. Smallies were slow. Had we not spent a few hours on them I'm confident we would've been in the 50 fish range on the walleye and sauger. Here are the 12 species we caught-walleye, sauger, saugeye, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, rock bass, white bass, buffalo, carp, and sheephead. What a fun time and nice day to fish. I will book again with Turk. A nice guy with a great boat and equipment!

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Rick

You are welcome smile.gif

Turk is a heck of an angler and teacher. I hear he's not that bad a guy either smile.gif

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Jim W

Turk is like the steak sauce.....A-1!!!!

Jim W

I'm getting ready for some Fall piggie saug-dog fishing Turk. My boat this time!

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Steve-O

not a bad guy, just cheers for the wrong NFL team.

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Turk

All kind words thanks, somedays things work out...
Looking forward to it Jimbo maybe JA say tree can come along?
Turk

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Actually, it was 11 species & I missed one (channel cat). But who's counting? Either way had a great time. Was a bit hungry at lunchtime though. Wink, wink Turk.

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