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Capt. Quicksteel

Bob M's Musky Tournament

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Capt. Quicksteel

Everybody,

I was out a couple of days ago and ran into a guy who lost his partner for the tournament and really needs someone. This might be a chance for someone who missed out to still get in. He's a guide and a pro from Wisconsin called Joe Smoczyk. He seemed like a good guy and has plenty of experience. His numbers are- Home: and cell:. I guess if any of you still want to partner up it would be worth calling him....

Sorry Captain, No unauthorized #'s

[This message has been edited by guideman (edited 09-01-2004).]

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guideman

If anyone is interested in fishing this tournament, go to the "Simply fishing" website. They will hook you up with any other people that need partners. smile.gif

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Sure will be a fun tourney!! Lots'a good sticks will be running around the lake!!Some local folks and most from far away! I don't really care who wins it. I think that it really doesn't matter. If your in it for the $, you'll put to much pressure on your self. And lets face it, the weather this year has been anything but normal smile.gif I think that all the usual spots (Whiskey Narrows, Storm flats, & Slider Island) will be covered up w/ boats!!! And those spots will have lots of Big Ski's on them too!!! I can't wait to watch it on Fox Sports next year!!!
Good Luck To all in the tourney!!

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guideman

Most of you already know that Tommy and I will be fishing this tournament. There are also some other very good local teams entered in the tournament.

Sure would be cool to see some local guys cash a big check in this one. It's going to be a tough tournament with the "cream of the crop" of the Muskie world fishing for the largest cash payout in muskie history.

As much as I want to win this thing I'm also pulling for the other locals that are fishing the tournament. Any of you guys that are fishing the tourny I want to wish you all "Good Luck" and remind you that there is a pre-tournament get together at my place on Sunday the 12th around 7pm.

Bring your own refreshments and maybe a few lies and stories to share around the campfire. If you don't already know I live at 1102 county rd 77, just past Vermilion Houseboats on Pike bay. Look for the "Ace Guide Service" sign on the Highway, it's 1.2 miles from 169 on 77.

Good Luck everybody, I hope you finish second. smile.gifsmile.gif

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Terry "Ace" Sjoberg
aceguideservice.com
Lake Vermilion
Muskies and More.

Pro Staff Member.
Catch-n Tackle.
CKat Custom Muskie rods.
Bearpaws Handpoured Baits
Ohio Pro Lure.
Muskie Nut Tackle.
Big Chimney Muskie Baits.
H20 Muskie Tackle.
Marcum.

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MNMuskieMan

Terry & Tom,

I really hope you two win it. I couldn't think of a better outcome.

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