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David Swenson

4th Annual Walleye Seminar

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David Swenson

The Arrowhead Chapter will hold its 4th Annual Vermilion Walleye seminar. This year we will have again a guide forum with Terry Sjoberg (Ace), Cliff Wagenbach, and Tim Lescarbeau (Buck). The seminar will be on May 11, 2005, at 7:00 pm, at the Sawmill in Mt. Iron.

David Swenson

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guideman

What a great way to start the walleye season, you get a chance to hear from 3 of the top guides on Lake Vermilion. Cliff is covering lindy rigs and spinner rigs for live baiting walleyes. Bucky is our west end specialist and he'll be covering the best way to use jigs and slip bobbers, on the Big V. I'll be covering the best trolling techniques and equipment for year round success at trolling up some of largest walleyes in the system. grin.gif

The best part about it is, it's FREE!!! shocked.gif

Bring a friend and enjoy the show....you may even learn something. grin.gif

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guideman

Don't let this slip by guys!!

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Silver Scale

Pretty sure Doug Knoer who is guiding the Governor will be in attendance. I'm sure he will answer questions if you have any... grin.gif

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fwp

See you there guys..looking forward to it...always eager to learn...cept...toothy critters Terry... grin.gif

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Backwoods

Looking forward to attending and shooting the breeze with

all.

Does the Chapter have a WEB site.

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David Swenson

Tonight is the big night. I hope to see you all there.

Backwoods, the Arrowhead Chapter does not have a website but the international does at muskiesinc.org.

David Swenson

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2muchwork

I was unable to make it to the seminar due to having a reservation in Basswood on wed. but,I mentioned it to my brother and sister and they both attended & felt it was very informative.any chance nextyears seminar could be held earlier? would like to attend.

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