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Hutchinson Sportsman's Boat and RV Show

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March 23, 24, and 25th.

Admission and parking are free.

Seminar details to follow.

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Where is this show going to be in Hutch? I am thinking of going .

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It'll be at the McLeod County Fairgrounds. They usually have one of the exhibit buildings full of RV's and the other across the street with the regular exhibitors.

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Thanks smile.gif

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Harvey Lee, We just got the race car back and.......... Make sure you see it before we wreck it!! It looks awsome by far the best paint job we have ever had on a race car!!

If I get pics I'll post them on the nascar forum!!!

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We will have our modified at the car show and I will probably see you there.

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what boat dealerships will be there?

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Don't know for sure, but I'm guessing Yamaha and B & B. The dealer in Brownton used to show up before he lost the Lund line.

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I think John in Brownton now carries PolarKraft which is a very nice boat.

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John was a very good boat dealer for service.

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Yep, I knew of I guy who bought a Lund from him and always spoke highly of him.

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I know that Ron Anlauf and Reid Norrine will be helping B&B At the show.

Both will be giving short seminars in Butch;s booth.

Reid is a native of Hutch and is a great Multi species angler,

"Super" Ron Anlauf is "the best angler no longer fishing the PWT" !!!

If you are there give Rona hard time about this

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No mention anywhere about seminars this year so maybe they dropped that part of the show.

I read today that the boat dealer in Brownton will be there and he said that he should have 8 or maybe 9 boats there.

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what boats are B & B selling, i know they have campers and RVs, just curious what boats they are selling??

swamp, can you send me a email please

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Crestliner and Mercury

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are the good old yamaha guys going to be there?

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Yep.

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great

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So did anybody go? I never made it but I figure it was probably the same as most years.

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Nope forgot all about it...

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was it really busy there?

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