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mike8418

Terry's boat harbor do they have good service

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Was thinking of taking my permanent out of Terry's have been there before and thought service and place was nice. Anybody have more info or a little more knowledge or experience with them I would appreciate any info. Would like to know what they r about before making commitment to stay there long term.

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IM SAYING ANYTHING BUT THERE WAS A POST LAST SUMMER ABOUT THERE SERVICE LAST SUMMER I THINK YOU SCHOULD LOOK AT BEFORE A COMMINTENT

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I've used Terry's in the past for sleeper rental, launches and overnight slip rental. They've always been very helpful and supply good info for the entire lake.

But don't take my word for it, ask 'The Griz'

TJ

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IM JUST SAYING SOME PEOPLE HAVE DIFFERT EXPERIANCES BUT....

OTHERWISE GOOD LUCK HAVE A GOOD NEW YEAR

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Good people every time I've used there services

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thanks for the input. I have fished with griz before at winnie had a great time, and i've seen him at terry's. The few times I've been there they have treated me excellent. Been there in the summer and terry ussually even lets my kids on launch for free. hoping to find out if they have same great service in winter

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