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i've seen a few names posted here and there...anybody know how to get hold of any of the good ones? A search only yeilds resorts, which I'm sure i could go thru but I'd just as soon book 9and talk) directly with the guide. Any suggestions?

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Look in this post at the names I have listed... Just type their names into a search and you should be set for getting a number off their websites to get in contact with any of them..

Musky Guides

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Thanks JKH

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traveler,

If your looking to fish Mille Lacs Lake for Muskies. I would highly refer you to Steve Fellegy out of Appeldoorn's Sunset Bay Resort.

Steve is one of the most knowledgable people on this lake! I know that the July, August, September, October months are going to be your best months for catching Trophy Muskies.

Steve, will not only put you on fish but he will teach you the lake and the right way to fish the lake under different weather conditions. Steve is well worth the value!

Contact me or the resort for further info.

Fish On!!!

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Gene Miller's Monster Muskie Trips

I've seen Gene excel at guiding inner-city teenagers as well as avid outdoosman adults .

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I found this site, really enjoy it and believe it will be great to share information with all of you. I guide for big muskies on Mille Lacs. Hope to meet some of you out there this open water season.

Looking forward to meeting the rest of you in this forum at some point in the future.

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jason hammernik muskie breath guides great man great catch rate!

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steve scepaniak Predator Guide Service

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Jamison,

I am a very new sponsor with FM. New enough so that I had paid, but as of this morning when I posted, things were not quite set up yet on the FM end. Looks like I created quite a stir, and I am sorry about that as it wasn't my intention at all. Would much rather prefer to get along well with everyone else here. I've since talked with both Tom and Rick.

I am told everything should be set now though. Thanks for the "heads up", and I appreciate your explanation.

Tim

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Tim,

Welcome to FM and I'm very sorry about the tough start frown.gif

Great to have another Muskie guy aboard and I'll be looking forward to your reports

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Tim

Every thing should be good to go.

Also Welcome to Fishing Minnesota and we look forward to your future posts. smile.gif

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Welcome aboard Tim. It's great to have you on board.

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