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husker4u9899

Does anyone out there know the previous owner of Bowstring Shores Resort prior to the present owner. I do know him, but have lost contact. If any of you know how to contact him, let me know please. We can do that thru my home e-mail. Thanks

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snowfighter

DOUG MARSTAN WAS THE OWNER BEFORE

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husker4u9899

Snowfighter,

I knew Doug was the prior owner, just trying to locate him. If you can help e-mail me at [email protected] Thanks

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snowfighter

He live over on Cedar Lake west of Spring Lake ph. 218-659-2800

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husker4u9899

Thanks snowfighter.

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BigFisherman

Husker4u9899 - Where in Nebraska are you from? I am a Nebraska Grad '64. Was there during the Devany era. Even tho I live in Viking/Gopher country I still follow the Big Red!

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Big Fisherman

WATERLOO, IOWA..Couldn't stand Hayden Fry and all his southern BS. Also have followed BIG RED since the late 60's. Went to games 1-2 for 20-25 years, but have missed the past two seasons, darn work getting in the way. At my age I should be slowing down and fishing more, but I still like TOYS.

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Good for you Husker - I lived in Iowa for the past 40 years before moving up here a year ago last June. Where do you stay when you are up? Lots of Cedar Falls/Waterloo guys around us up here in the Bigfork/Marcell area. (They are still OK even though they do root for the Hawkeyes.) When you are up let me know and we can get together for a day on the water.

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husker4u9899

BigFisherman,

We stayed in the Bowstring/Leach area for 15 years or so and about three years ago moved over to Vermilion. Just wanted to explore that part of MN.

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