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Fish-N Line Radio for June 17


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It is great to ba back in Minnesota! I did miss the home front...but did not miss the rain you had. The weather was warm and sunny in San Diego, CA where I was.
I did get to see all the sight while there visiting the MOTHER IN LAW... did the zoo, some shopping, the water park, more shopping, and got to do several malls for some shopping!
Yep... you got the picture!
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Anyways, I got to do some fishing too! As I thought it would be... the rays were in shallow (breeding time there). I was told NOT to wade in the area I was fishing... as I was in "danger"!
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These take lots of practice to handle, the trick is to flip them over on their backs to remove the hook... and clip off the "stinger" barb on the tail before you try to pick one up.

It is good to be home! I am sure ready for some MN Walleye fishing now.

Here is the line up for this weeks Fish-N Line show;
Last weeks Guide of the Week was Jason Boser.
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Jason will be giving a 1/2 day guided trip on this weeks show!

If you're heading up to the Grand Rapids area and you want a great day on the water learning hotspots, new tactics, and catching fish... give
Jason Boser a call.
See his site at:
http://fishingmn.com/fishingfever/

Jason specializes in walleyes, perch and Northern Pike on Winnibigoshish and most other Grand Rapids area lakes. He will also get you on panfish if you prefer. He has been fishing the area lakes since 1984. If you're looking for a knowledgeable guide on many different lakes to get you on the best lake for a good bite then you have found your guide right here.
When he takes you fishing he believes you should not only catch fish but also have then opportunity to learn some of the techniques used to put more fish on the end of your line.
Jason does seminars at local resorts and fishes local tournaments.
Another service Jason can provide is shore lunch. There is nothing finer than taking your morning catch and cooking it up over the open fire with his sponsor's special batter fried potatoes and some baked beans ( an option with a full day trip). This batter is called Charlie's Gone Fishing Fish & Game Batter.

If you need a recommendation for a motel or a resort while your up here Jason can help you with that or he can set up your whole stay. Whatever is easiest for you.

Jason provides;
*quality St. Croix rods and reels
*Lowrance electronics
*life jackets
*all bait and tackle
*some transportation, if needed
Jason is an experienced fishing guide, a member of the FishingMinnesota family, and fully insured.


Charlie Worrath is the Guide of the Week for June 24and will be giving a FREE trip out on the July 1st show.
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You can visit Charlie at http://www.charliesgonefishingguideservice.com/
Charlie's Gone Fishing Guide Service treats you to the beautiful area of lakes and streams in Northern Minnesota. Itasca County, including the Deer River and Grand Rapids areas, has over 1,000 lakes.
Having spent his entire life in the area, Charlie knows many of its lakes very well. His guide service was established in 1991.
With Charlie, you can enjoy a day on the water catching a variety of fish species, including the walleye, northern pike, crappie, jumbo perch and bass. Expect to learn about the area and the techniques used for catching your favorite species of fish while enjoying the wonderful sights, sounds and smells around you.
Charlie can fish the lake of your choice, or he can make the decision based upon current fishing activity. Your guided fishing trip will be in an 18½ ft. Alumacraft Tournament Pro boat and includes bait, life jackets, tackle, the use of the latest electronic fishing equipment and gas. Rods and reels can be provided as well. You can meet at the lake, or transportation to and from a central location can be provided. At the end of your fishing experience, Charlie will clean your catch and provide licensed packaging service for easier transporting of your fish fillets. Just bring your fishing license, a rain coat, and a lunch and beverage of your choice.

Troy Martindale is the Guide of the Week for the week of July 1st. and will be giving a FREE trip on the July 8th show.
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Troy fishies the "Metro" area and Central Minnesota. He also travels to premier locations over N. America such as in Mexico.
You may see Troy's site at www.fishingmn.com/martindaleguides/

Stone Legacy will be giving a set of Lure Savers and Reel Holders to a lucky caller on this weeks show. Also a Bio-Bait Pro Strength Crawfish, a box of Catch-N Tackle Hook-Up Floaters, and a 25 pack of Catch-N Tackle Ring-N Grubs will be given away.

Tune in and listen to our call in guests. I have had several area pros say they will be giving reports on this weeks show.

The shows airs live at 9:05am to 10:00am on KYMN 1080 AM/Stereo (replays at 12:05am to 1:00pm) and is streamend 24/7 on www.catch-n.com.
The show is heard live from New Ulm to Redwing and South St. Paul to Albert Lea, MN.
The "toll free 800#" for The Fish-N Line Radio show and KYMN in Northfield, MN is 1800-605-2277. Call from 9:05 to 10:00am for your chance at FREE trips and promotional products.
Or cal-in your fishing reports!

Remember.... Stone Legacy gives all Fish-N Line Radio listeners a 10% discount on products from their website for typing "RADIO" on the discount area of their site order page.
Visit them at www.stonelegacy.com

The Fish-N Line Radio Show is sponsored by FishingMinnesota... USA's #1 fishing info website!
Catch'n
Dave Hoggard

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Is that streamed live off the website? Can anyone hear it in the north metro?
Best Fishes
Chris

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Chris, you'll do best to listen to the show on the www.catch-n.com site... and just call in at the right times to win prizes. Reception gets thin once in the "twin cities".
Catch'n
Dave Hoggard

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Oops.... I forgot to mention that Charlie Worrath is giving a FULL DAY FREE giuded trip FOR TWO PEOPLE on next weeks show.
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Catch'n
Dave Hoggard

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Today is Thursday...
that means it is time for the Fish-N Line Radio Show!
Tune in at 9:05am this morning on KYMN AM / Stereo at 1080 on the AM dial.


Catch the re-brodcast of the show today at 1:05pm or you can download the show all week at:
http://www.catch-n.com/fishnline.html

Today's topic for discussion is
"plastics vrs. live bait".
I welcome your calls on the subject.
The toll-free call in # for KYMN 1080
AM/Stereo & Fish-N Line Radio is:
1-800-374-5966
from 9:05am to 10:00am... Minnesota time.

Call-in prizes for todays show given to lucky callers include:
* a retail pack of Bio-Bait Creyfish
* a 12 count box of Catch-N Tackle Hook-Up Floaters.
* a 25 count bag of Catch-N Tackle Ring-N Grubs
* Stome Legacy will be giving a Lure Saver and Reel Cover. Stone Legacy offers a 10% price reduction to amy online purchase of their products to Fish-N Line listners... just type in the discount code word "RADIO" when ordering on their website!

We will be playing fishing tunes from the Elliot Brothers and the title cut from "The Yooper Girls" CD on todays show.

Remember to take a kid fishing!!
Catch'n
Dave Hoggard

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Good job today Dave! I was waiting for James to give up all his secrets, I guess I'll have to wait for another time smile.gif

Good Fishin,
Matt Johnson

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Thanks Matt!
Yep James was a bit shy on the air, but I was glad he came along. He is such a thrill to have with.
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He did some fishing with me and John Eggers on Friday... he stuck right in there! He netted my biggest eye for the trip and John's 8 lb. pike.
Good experence for kids to see big fish released too.

Jason Boser's trip went ot Darleene Storlie of Northfield, MN.
FUN!

Catch the Fish-N Line radio show at www.catch-n.com

Catch'n
Dave Hoggard

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Charlie Worrath was the Guide of the Week on the Fish-N Line radio show. Today Charlie gave a FULL day FREE trip out (for two persons) to...
Richard Rigney of Owatonna, MN !!

Some deal there... wow, what FUN!!
Here is Charlie:
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You can visit Charlie at http://www.charliesgonefishingguideservice.com/
Charlie's Gone Fishing Guide Service treats you to the beautiful area of lakes and streams in Northern Minnesota. Itasca County, including the Deer River and Grand Rapids areas, has over 1,000 lakes.
Having spent his entire life in the area, Charlie knows many of its lakes very well. His guide service was established in 1991.
With Charlie, you can enjoy a day on the water catching a variety of fish species, including the walleye, northern pike, crappie, jumbo perch and bass. Expect to learn about the area and the techniques used for catching your favorite species of fish while enjoying the wonderful sights, sounds and smells around you.
Charlie can fish the lake of your choice, or he can make the decision based upon current fishing activity. Your guided fishing trip will be in an 18½ ft. Alumacraft Tournament Pro boat and includes bait, life jackets, tackle, the use of the latest electronic fishing equipment and gas. Rods and reels can be provided as well. You can meet at the lake, or transportation to and from a central location can be provided. At the end of your fishing experience, Charlie will clean your catch and provide licensed packaging service for easier transporting of your fish fillets. Just bring your fishing license, a rain coat, and a lunch and beverage of your choice.

Troy Martindale is the Guide of the Week for this week and will be giving a FREE trip on the July 1st. show.
Here is Troy:
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Troy fishies the "Metro" area and Central Minnesota. He also travels to premier locations over N. America such as in Mexico.
You may see Troy's site at www.fishingmn.com/martindaleguides/

Other WINNERS... this week include:

Wendy Moralec of Northfield won a pack of Safe Jigs GLOW DARTS.

Nick Nelson of Northfield won a pack of Pro Strength Bio-Bait CRAWLER.

John Cummings of Chicago, Il won a 25 count pack Of Catch-N Tackle's RING-N GRUBS.

The topic for todays show was WEED WALLEYE!
Listen to the show here:
http://www.catch-n.com/fishnline.html

The Fish-N Line radio show is sponsored in part by FishingMinnesota.com U.S.A.'s #1 fishing information website!

Where FM'ers all have more fun!
Catch-N
Dave Hoggard


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Used by FishingMN Family

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