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Getanet

Surface Tension - Still Sharpening Nils?

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Getanet

Do any of you guys know if Surface Tension still swims around these parts? I think I need my Nils sharpened. I had sent him a message through the HSO forum a while ago and didn't hear back. I'm not sure if HSO and Fishing MN share the same messaging platform, or if I need to try him here instead. Did a quick search and it doesn't look like he's posted in a while, so I'm hoping someone knows his whereabouts.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Getanet said:

Do any of you guys know if Surface Tension still swims around these parts? I think I need my Nils sharpened. I had sent him a message through the HSO forum a while ago and didn't hear back. I'm not sure if HSO and Fishing MN share the same messaging platform, or if I need to try him here instead. Did a quick search and it doesn't look like he's posted in a while, so I'm hoping someone knows his whereabouts.

 

 

 

you can try this:

 

Frank DeLuca
5382 Jentoft Road
Saginaw, MN  55779

[email protected]

218.729.7941

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Getanet

Many gracias!

 

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Surface Tension

 Thanks Rundrave.   Yes I'm still sharpening.

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ST did my blade last year, and then again this year. Fantastic service

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