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Terry Hagstrom

Meet the Pros day- MNWA

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Anyone interested in "Meet the Pro's" day presented by the Minnesota Walleye Alliance can go to the website located at www.mnwalleyealliance.com
We would like to see alot of people there.
Register early (by next Tuesday) to reserve you walleye lunch.

There will be lots of great give aways, Rods, reels, nets, tackle such as Rapalas and a few silent auction items such as guided trips and a graphite replica fo a walleye.

Minnesota Walleye Alliance

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Looking at the line up, i see that Dick Sternberg will be there. I have hunted ducks and fished with Dick many times. All i have to say is Dick is probably THE best there is. You have to go to this and meet him and listen to what he has to say. If your looking to improve to your skills, you better not miss this event. I have to work that day or i would be there in the front row. If your a walleye fisherman, you cant afford to miss this one..

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Thanks D-MAN for the endorsement
If you guys want to help ensure you get walleye in the smaller lakes, please consider attending and becoming a member.
Terry

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Im signing up!. I like what I have read so far.

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How many of you are planning on attending this? Has anyone been to one in the past? Any feedback would be appreciated!

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Capt. Josh,
This is the first time the Alliance has done anything like this. You can see more about at www.mnwalleyealliance.com
Give us a try.
Contact me if you have any questions
esoxtacklebox@cs.com

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Capt Josh and others. The group that runs the Walleye Alliance puts in a tremendous amount of time and effort that ultimately provides benefit to all walleye fisherman. It is the support and participation that they get from events like this that keep them working hard for a common interest that serves us all. To anyone considering attending I strongly encourage you to do so. It is up to all of us to do what we can to help the sport of Walleye fishing in our state. Attending great events like this is a first step in how we can all work together. Not to mention there will be great speakers, food, and prizes. Hope to see many of you there.

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