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Grabs

Twin Pines is only running 6-10pm,..they must have changed the times. Let me give Linda a call and see what she says. I will write back in a minute.

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GO TO GARRISON SPORTS AND HAVE GREG TAKE YOU OUT. THEY SHOULD STILL BE RUNNING A 8-1

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If you cant find anyone i have a good guide with a opening fri nite. 20 foot warrior/200 merc lots of room. Let me know

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Pherris

That sounds like something I would be intrested in. How can i get ahold of you
D-man to get some details?

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Grabs

Hey I guess Twin Pines has both of the boats chartered for that evening with no walk-ons.

I just called Skippers, right next door to Twin Pines, (320)-692-5804 and got the machine. You could try them,...odds are good that they will be going out from 8-whenever. Tell him that Chris Graber (Glen's son) sent you there.

Good Luck,....let me know if something works out.

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call 651-271-5459 and leave your number . how many guys?

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Pherris

Thanks. I left a message it will be 2 guys. Thanks for all the replys

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Pherris

Can anyone tell me who runs night launches? 8 to midnight or 7-11?

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Depending upon which side of the lake is doing better,..I would try Twin Pines (just south of Garrison) or Skippers, you could ask Twin Pines for his number

or on the East side, Fisher's is really pretty nice too.

[This message has been edited by Rick (edited 08-08-2001).]

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Pherris

Thanks Grads,
Twin Pines is 6-10 and we can not get up there in time after work. Fishers does have one 8-12 but only two people signed up and wont go with only a few which I understand. We are looking to go out Fri eve.

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