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Fish-N Line Radio for July 15


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I am thrilled to welcome fellow FishingMinnesota pro staffer Dennis Steele to be the Fish-N Line radio show guest for July 15.
Dennis will be calling-in to share many of his tips and experiences in catching HUGE river Catfish.
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Should be a fun and very informative show.

We also will premier our Resort of the Week give-away of a two day stay at Birch Haven Resort on Gull Lake.
Birch Haven is open all year and offers "Four Seasons of Fun". It is a resort that takes you back to the old-fashioned tradition of the family fishing vacations...the kind that we all remember as kids.
This stay will go to a lucky Fish-N Line caller and comes with a full day guide trip from our Guide of he Week, Todd Imdieke.
Todd guides for muskie, walleye, northern pike, bass, perch, panfish, and trout. He offer both full and half-day trips on Bemidji, Cass Lake, and Blackduck area lakes... as well as to Red Lake for Northern Pike.

There will be fishing tunes, fishing reports, tips, tacticts, and rigging info!
Tune in to the show on KYMN 1080AM on the dial... at 9:05am.
Hear the show later in the day streamed on
http://www.catch-n.com/fishnline.html

The toll-free call in # for KYMN 1080
AM/Stereo & Fish-N Line Radio is
1-800-374-5966
Call from 9:05am to 10:00am Thursday with your fishing reports or questions for Dennis Steele.
Catch-N
Dave Hoggard


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I just want to put a plug in for the Fish-N-Line Radio show! If you haven't listened to it, tune in!!

I don't have a radio here at work so I listened to last weeks show over the computer with CrappieTom as the featured guest. Sure was a good way to break up my morning wink.gif Anyway, there definitely was a lot to be learned. Great info CrappieTom!!

Can't wait to hear what Dennis has to say this week!

You guys have a pretty good program put together there. I enjoyed every minute of it!

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Thanks Hanson!
Say...
I checked my emails and found out that I'll be giving out a FREE 49" Stone Legacy custom rod case....on tomorows broadcast!!!
This case is NEW to their line and holds up to 3 rods with reels inside.
It is a $50 value.
2 cool!!!
It will be shipped FREE to some lucky Fish-N Line listner that calls-in.

Gotta love that!!!

Stone Legacy offers a 10% discount to any Fish-N Line listner on their website purchases... just type in the word "RADIO" on the discount/code space.
What a deal!!!
Listen... and call-in!

Don't forget you heard about it here FIRST... on FishingMinnesota.com
USA's #1 fishing information website.

Who is going to call in to win this???
Now... come on you guys!
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This fish looks like he may not let you off the hook!
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Hear the show at:
http://www.catch-n.com/fishnline.html
Catch'n
Dave Hoggard

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Fishermen are catch-n on
Catch'n Tackle
For Bass, Walleye, Pike, Lakers, Trout, Panfish
Used by FishingMN Family

[This message has been edited by Catch'n (edited 07-14-2004).]

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Catch'n
Thanks for the tip on the 10% discount at Stone Legacy. I need to get myself a Revolution before this winter starts. Great way to save a few bucks wink.gif

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Whew... that was an ordeal!!!

It is 6:15pm and I have been attempting to get the radio show loaded online for three hours.
Finally... I think I've got it.
Please let me know if it does not load/play for you.
[email protected]

Dennis Steele did a stellar job in his discussion of River Catfish on this show. He shared much information I did not know.
He had "Big Fish" Mark taking notes!

Brian Gross of Fridley Mn won the Guide of the Week / Resort of the Week for a 2 day stay at Bruno's Birch Haven Resort and day guide trip with pro guide Todd Imdieke.
2 cool smile.gifsmile.gif
And...
Because the phones got all tied up, Brian also won the NEW Stone Legacy Custom 49" Rod Case!
Lucky, lucky, lucky... congrats, Brian. I hope you have a great time fishing and relaxing in Northern Minnesota!
Think of me & Big Fish... while there, will you?

Resort/Guide of the Week for next week is
Terrence Shanigan who is one of Alaska's top guides!
Terence, owner of One More Cast Alaska, will be giving a two day/one night trip on the July 22nd show!
One Last Cast Alaska is based in Anchorage and has operation hubs in Willow, Talkeetna, Trapper Creek, and Pilot Point, Alaska. They fish over 20 major rivers and their tributaries and say "WE CATCH FISH"! Expert native fishing guides and versatile watercraft take you to areas of Alaska you have only dreamed of.

Enjoy the show!
Hear it here:
http://www.catch-n.com/fishnline.html

Catch-N
Dave Hoggard

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Catch'n Tackle
For Bass, Walleye, Pike, Lakers, Trout, Panfish
Used by FishingMN Family

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