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Thank you everyone...

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I just wanted to say thank you to all the volunteers at this years Trout Day.

Thank you Bob Johnstone, Tyler Holms, Andy Valek, Mark Winkels and Taylor Hanson for volunteering!

I'd also like to thank everyone that donated this year too.

Thank you,

Terry Sjoberg from Ace Guide Service

Cliff Wagenbach from Cliff's Guide Service

Turk Gierke from Croixsippi Fishing Guide Service

Mel Dickie

Wes Peterson

Mepps

Northland

Gander Mountain

Tyler Holms

Micah Hanson

Jim W.

Bob Johnstone

Steve Klotz

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Of course we can't forget the largest sponsor of the event Culver's of Rochester!

Also,

I need to thank Steve Renneberg for his enthusiasm and support of Trout Day as well. Thanks Steve, this year was a success...think we need to start planning for next year!lol

It was a great turn out some where around 80-90 I'm guessing.

Next year we'll have a solid 100+.

We forgot Stephen Brown who also came to help too! Thanks Stephen!

Unfortunately, the mail got in the way of other donations arriving, so I would like to thank those folks as well for their intentions!

Nature Vision Inc.!!!

Cabella's!!!

PS> Now there are some solid door prizes we missed out on!

Thanks again for coming and look forward to next year!

Jim

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