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Hey guys and gals! Here I am, eager to get out to the waters edge every possible day. Tomorrow I was supposed to be going on a trip to Hutchinson but the plans have fallen apart so now I have nothing to do but fish.

This brings up a few questions:

What do I want to fish for?

Where do I want to fish?

Is there somebody on here with a boat that is willing to take me off the shoreline?

I'm in Fridley. Will travel but no more than an hours drive on way. Want to hit larger fish but willing for smaller as well. I'd love to get my first ever Muskie. Love to hook into LMB's and smallies. Maybe some trophy size walleye's.

You can contact me at:

[email protected]
or
[email protected]

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fish-n-geek

I plan to play on the Miss tomorrow if my trolling motor is cooperating, but I can't say I'd be a good guide smile.gif I'm still trying to figure out that stretch of the river north of 694. If you have somewhere in mind, I'll offer my boat. Would be nice to meet someone new, and try someplace different. I'll drop you an email, too. I'm in Brooklyn Park, so wouldn't be a long drive.
-r-

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Lost

Fish-n-geek, sounds like a decent plan actually. I've never fished that stretch either. Shall we make plans? I rec'd your e-mail and I'll reply to that. Anybody else wanna come along and maybe help us in this area?

I'm game for any kind of fish.

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fish-n-geek

Well, my email is currently hosed, but hopefully will be back in about an hour :-\

I got the trolling motor working, and sparks don't fly out of it anymore :-)

I'll check the email a little later, otherwise feel free to give me a call.

-rus-

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Lost

Right on. Hopefully the water level is high enough to get over the rocks on the way up the river. I probably won't call tonight. What would be a good time to call tomorrow morning? Or, if you wish, you can Instant Message me with Yahoo! Messenger (lost_in_tc) or MSN Messenger ([email protected]).

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