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walleyedan

Fishing Guides

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Can someone give me a name or two of some of the "good" guides in the Fergus area, I might have some work for them. Call or email me please.

Thank you,

Walleyedan

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The only name I can think of is ross hagermeister?? Anyone have his info> I have never used him but the name comes to mind.

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Thank you, I will get in touch with him.

Walleyedan

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I found his website www.meisterguideservice (Contact Us Please) com pretty self explanatory from there.

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Brett Setterholm, from Brett's Guide Service, will do you well.

Try to contact him at bsetterholm at hotmail (Contact Us Please) com

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I vote for Brett also

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Thank you guys. I will be in touch with them.

May you catch a lot of fish on the opener.

Walleyedan

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what do want to catch??? depends on the guide..

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I would talk to Nick at Gene's Sport Shop in Perham or PBullet at Tereso Gas Station right off Hwy 10 & Hwy 78 in Perham.

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