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Thinking of taking a friend of mine out this coming saturday, was wondering if anyone had any tips on where to start? I am pretty familiar with most lakes in the willmar area, not sure what we plan to target yet. We will probably try for walleyes, sunfish or maybe even some pike. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. If you would rather email me than give any info, my email address is monbuck8@yahoo.com. Thanks again.

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Tried to email dont work I tried you months ago for what I dont remember but it was the same then?I think you replied weeks later,As a lost Item???Sorry confused.gif

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sparce sorry to hear that. I haven't had any problems with anyone else that i am aware of. I have a different email address you may contact me on. monbuck_8@hotmail.com try this one i am sure this will work. Once again sorry about that.

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