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TYMAN

I need a fishing partener for tonka

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TYMAN

would anybody be willing to show me some spots on tonka for any species? im open for this weekend and want to try it but me and my dad never fished there before. we have a boat and would like to use it instead of 2 boats (it seems whenever we go out with someone else in a different boat they catch all the fish hehe)but dont have to we could go out in your boat but i dont wanna impose (thats the right word right? hehehe). and would supply all drinks food bait ect.

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TYMAN

anyone?

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Guest

I would take you, but I have a wedding on sat, and sunday I have a family thing to goto. I am iching to get out there, from the reports i am hearing the bite is pretty good out there.

mike

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Pherris

Hi,
I would recommend that you hire a guide there are many on this forum that are highly recommended and the day on the water with a good guide you will learn more then 1-2 years of trying to figure it out yourself. Another thing I would recommend is to get a "Fishing Hot Spots" map of Tonka it will highlight the most common spots that will provide good fishing. As far as a guide I can personally recommend Terry Hagstrom of Terry's Guide Service. You can get his contact info and that of other guides using this link
http://fishingminnesota.com/guide.html
Good Luck

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Tonka Boy

617, how are you doing? When are you going to show me the ropes down at Pepin?

Otherwise come out to Tonka with me some time. The bite has been good.

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Tonka Boy

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Mr Special

TYMAN,
You should check out the Walleye fishing on Minnetonka post. That you get you started on any part of the lake

Good Luck

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TYMAN

i am thinking of a guide but alais im only 14 and my dad wont help with the $ (even though he would havta go since im under 18... pisses me off he goes for free lol)i am saving up though but only have about $100
so am looking for an alternative

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