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Congratulations Corey Bohn

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I glanced at our local newspaper here in Marshall, and there on the front page was a photo of Corey holding a walleye. The reason for the article was due to the fact that Corey will be starting his own fishing program on TV - Minnkota Outdoors. I'll be looking forward to it.

BTW Corey, I also graduated from Canby.

Once again, congrats.

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Did you Canby boys know Del Clark? He was my uncle.

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Yes I did. My parents new him better than I, but I'm aware of Del and the lake notably named after him, Del Clark Lake, west of Canby.

CB

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Yes, I vaguely remember Del. He helped me get a stuck 30/30 shell dislodged from a hand reloader once. He was quite the sportsman.

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As I was growing up, he was my hero. He had the neatest toys and the best stories. I have a fairly extensive collection of his articles "Hunting with Hawkeye."

I sure wish he had lived longer.

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Congrats Cory

You did a heck of a job at the boat show in Alex.

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Mr Bohn,

Could you contact me in reference to a fishing tournament on Minnewaska. It is for a fallen soldier/police officer memorial scholarship. The tournament is not until July.

sid05 @ hotmail dot, well you know. Thanks Shane

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Corey, saw your show on Minnewaska and the community of Glenwood. Great show!!

We drive through Glenwood every summer on our way to Park Rapids and I have always wanted to fish that lake. Might have to start looking for a resort by Glenwood!!

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Thanks. We're going to be contacting FSN and have them re-air the show that ran yesterday (Sunday, March 25 at 8 a.m.) as someone in their sound room apparently forgot to push the audio button and there was no sound for the first 8-9 minutes of the show. The video was there and so was the background music, but there was no audio (narration) for the first two segments. A silent movie of sorts wasn't what I had in mind. I'll make another post as to when FSN is going to re-air the show. In the meantime, the show airs this Saturday, March 31 on KSTC Forty5 out of Mpls. at 10 a.m. Check your cable/satellite listings for KSTC Forty5...it's either channel 45, 42, 5, or 17 depending on where you live.

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The show on TV will re-air this Sunday at 8 a.m. on FSN (Fox Sports Net). Dish Network Ch. 436 and DirecTV Ch. 641. Check your listing for the cable channel---most likely ch. 28. The show also will air Saturday on KSTC Forty5 at 10 a.m.

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