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ROOM FOR ONE - Sturgeon Exursion!

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I know there's a separate post going for this event, but I wanted to let people in here know that I have room for one more person in the cabin/boat for this event (had a guy back out). For more info on the event, you can check out the Get-togethers forum.

But, for specific details:

We're leaving from my home here in Gaylord between 7:30am - 8:00am on Thursday, April 19 and arrive at Schuster's Resort on Lake of the Woods that afternoon. Coming home on Sunday, April 22 - leaving the resort between 10:00am and noon. I have a cabin reserved for 4 people....2 bedrooms with 2 beds in each room. Cost is $20/person/night so 3 nights it's only $60!

Anyway, if interested, please respond to this post. It's only 2 weeks away and it'll be a great time fishing for prehistoric creatures and shootin' the breeze with LOTS of other FMers!

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Anybody? Anybody?

Just a little more info:

We've got all the gear and bait needed. Cost of groceries, gas, bait and all will be split down the middle. We've got ribeyes on the menu, burgers, and one dinner at the lodge. Hopps sodas or other will be on your own, but will flow as good or better than the river. wink.gifcool.gifgrin.gif

Fishing will be as easy as dropping a line, putting the rod in the rod holder, grabbing a cold one and preparing yourself for what could be the fish of a lifetime! I've got an Alumacraft TS 175 with 4 rod holders, so there will be plenty of room in the boat for everyone!

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basscatcher You still have room always wanted to go but don't have big enough boat and buddy's all work that weekend

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Just got a response from a guy who said he's in. I've got a very good friend of mine who said he's likely in, but not 100% sure yet and he won't know until Thursday. If you want to be a backup in case he backs out, that would be fine. Otherwise, assuming he's going, we're full.

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Take'Em (or anyone else)....

I just got word from my other buddy that he cannot go. I know this is very short notice, but if you're still interested in going, let me know. I've got this same message posted in another forum, so it'll be a "first-come first-serve" deal.

Thanks.

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