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Paul

Dave Genz is coming to Fargo for Free ice seminar Nov 30th

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Paul

I saw a sign at Gander MOuntain yesterday, FM Walleyes will be sponsering a free ice fishing clinic at the Doublewood INN in Fargo Nov 30th at 7pm and the presenter will be none other than DAVE GENZ. SHould be a excellent seminar. It is free to the public.

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Paul

Any one else here going tonight?

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livintofish

Hey Paul, I'll be there I thought I missed it. Look for a big guy(6'5") in a Lindy hat. This is not good I already can't keep my mind off fishin, I don't think hearing Genz will help. We need ice!!!

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BFT

I've had dinner with him before , talk about a guy that stuck on himself !! Save your gas !!

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milnortech

I lived across the street from him before he was a pro fisherman.My dad used to build the sleds for him when they were made of wood for the fish trap and the vex caddie.he has never seemed to be stuck on himself. Istill see him once and a while and I would listen to what he has to say because I know the experience he has. if you dont care for his attitude . you still can learn a lot from him if you will listen.

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fisherdog19

I fished with him last winter as I am friends with his nephew, he struck me as a very nice, and down to earth fellow. He was more than willing to share any information he had. Even got to cross a 3000 acre lake with his bearcat sled, I have to get one of those four stroke sleds, it purred across the lake!!!

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DEADhead

Peter, the wait is over. I just put down on a Arctic Kitty 2004 T660 sled today. you'll be hearing the 4 stroke purr all winter long now grin.gif

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Paul

I thought his seminar was ver informative. When you are in the lime light all the time you seem to develop a huge ego but when you the average joe can look past that you can learn something. I did.I think I learned a lot and I have ice fishing for over 25 years and since I am only 33 that is a long time. I work in an EGO driven industry and have been accused of having a large EGO myself but that is sometimes what it takes to stand up in front of people and do your thing.

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fisherdog19

Sweet Dead, now all you need is a trailer! Now all we need is about 4 more inches of ice. We'll have to hit that big crappie spot when I get back from Winnipeg.

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DEADhead

forgot to mention that I picked up a new trailer along with the sled. all ready to go now. even gave it a test ride in the front yard with the snow we got yesterday. sweet.

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Deadhead

The sled sounds sweet, I'm sure shes fast. I just purchased a polaris sportsman 500 wheeler and can't wait to see what she'll do in the snow, it'll sure make it easier to be mobile. You been out fishin yet?

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fisherdog19

Very nice!! We'll get out next week after I get back from Canada, the ice should be good to go by then.

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DEADhead

haven't been out to fish yet livintofish. Been to busy. the wife works this weekend so I'm not sure if I'll be able to get out at all. You'll be happy with that Polaris 500. A buddy of mine has one and it should have more than enough power for what you need. Just hope that we don't get slush ice like last year, or I'll have to pull you out with the sled wink.gif

Peter, if I don't talk to you before this weekend, good luck! break 14 so Noah can be jealous. We'll have to hit the crappie spot soon next week; there should hopefully be enough ice by then to be comfortable with sled.

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Just2fish

I've got a Sportsman 400, plenty of power to pull out the trailer full of stuff. Enjoy it, I just bought mine last year and can't wait to fire it up out there again! I like to fish Middle C...

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livintofish

Yeah I was thinking about fishing middle maybe next friday after finals. I gotta have surgery on my foot the 18th and may be outa commission for a little while. I gotta get out there, if anyone is planning on heading out next fri. day/evening let me know. Just2fish we may just have to line the sportsmans up sometime! Looking forward to fishin.

Ahhh but Dead just remember, your kitty won't get you too far in about 4 months shocked.gif

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DEADhead

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remember, your kitty won't get you too far in about 4 months


that's allright, in four months I'll be back fly fishing on the rivers where I don't need a sled or a wheeler...

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