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Thanks to Kelly-p and Jon Petrowske

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Kelly and Jon,

I was part of the Clark Koenen's group. We rented three ice houses (arrived on Feb 19 and left on morning of Feb 20). I must confess that our group had a wonderful time. On the 1st day, we meet Patsy and Jonny. Patsy gave us the rules and Jonny led us to our rentals. Jonny was very friendly and he check on us throughout our stay. Kelly was always available to us via phone. We caught lots of fish. As we were leaving the ice, we had heavy snow and poor visibility. Jonny was there to lead us off the ice. Thank you very much for all the hard work. We will definitely use their services again.

Charlie

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Jonny was there to lead us off the ice.


I thought you guys where leading...whew that was lucky.

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