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Paul Waldowski

1st Annual HSO/FM/Appeldoorn's Fall Frenzy

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Paul Waldowski

All of us here at Appeldoorn’s Sunset Bay invite you to join us at our 1st Annual Fall Frenzy taking place Friday 10/5 and Saturday 10/6. Come on up, meet some of your favorite Pro Staff from HSO/FM, take in a seminar and get in on the fall fishing frenzy. Whether you are a veteran of the big pond, or this is your first time, you will not want to miss this one. Price is $35.00 per person, per night, based upon double occupancy.

The agenda will be a follows:

Friday night – Check in and social hour around the bonfire

Saturday morning – Open for fishing, etc.

3:00 – 4:30 Fall fishing seminar conducted by Tony Roach

4:30 – 5:15 Q & A session with Tony and FM Staff

5:15 – 6:00 Dinner – Please bring something to throw on the grill

6:00 – whenever - Fall trolling for piggie wallies

Sunday morning - Open - Do some more fishing, explore the resort, or start talking ice fishing

Sunday noon – Check out

Confirmed Pro Staff in attendance include

Cat Guy and URL Ice Guru - Chris Hanson

The Grass Carp Guru - Dietz

Fall Metro Tonka Specialist and Creator of the Long Coveted Pink Muskie Trophy - Mark Stanley

Mille Lacs Trolling Specialist and long time URL Ice Guru - Jeff Borchardt (Borch)

South Western Mn Pheasant Bash Host - Boilerguy

and a couple more that I'm waiting for confirmation on.

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hanson

A big thanks to Paul and Appeldoorn's for organizing this Get-Together!!

Its only a couple weeks away now and I'm excited!

Fall is sumo walleye time on Mille Lacs and I'm sure we'll see plenty of them.

We got a good mix of Pro Staff showing up, and it sounds like FMer response has been pretty good as well.

See you guys there!

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DTro

Its official, I'm excited to catch a hog eye.

I know, I know, say it ain't so......

See ya all up there!

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    • Mike89
      that's the general area where I grew up....  caught many fish there and some dang big cats!!!!!  notherns too!!!
    • Rick
      Mike89 is spot on. Explore that river. Walleyes and cats can be had.
    • Knowknot
      I have to agree with Mike89, lots of good spots to try.
    • eyeguy 54
      dang,  will be headed to mille lacs friday mid-afternoon so wont work. have fun guys! maybe can pop up Sunday with boat if needed if you are still there to look for some gills. 
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      gotta love the sippi.
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      lots of river fishing, try where the Minnesota and Blue Earth come together.  go to the park down there and enjoy!!!
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