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I went out on Pokie with Dan of Pokegamaguideservice.com again last week. We had a great time and caught a lot of fish including some nice walleye, smallies and of course, a few northerns. If you're looking for a guide, I would highly recomend Dan. He knows the lake very well, is very willing to share info and obviously LOVES to fish. He really understands customer service and seems to genuinely enjoy showing a customer a good time. And his prices are very good. Here's Dan with a couple of the walleye's from our trip.



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I have to echo this. Dan of Pokegama Guide service is a Top knotch Guide. Dan's Prices are probably the cheapet of any guide you will ever come across.

But the service you get is awsome. I just so happen to be staying on Pokegama. Dan Picked me up at the dock and off we went for a great morning of fishing. Dan knows the lake, he should he lives on the lake and has been fishing it for years. He puts you on fish. If the fish just are not co-operating off to another spot.

Fist fish I caught with in minutes of our first stop was a nice walleye around 23 inches. Dan also helped me get into my first Smallmouth. Those Smallies are a blast to catch.

Dan Thank you so very much for a great morning on the lake. If you fish Pokegama, and you need just a little help with the lake. You can't go wrong by Hiring Dan.

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