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My family and myself are fairly new to Minnesota, and My son is just starting to get into fishing. My son and myself is wanting to take a guided fishing trip up to
Mille Lacs. Could you send me any and all information That I may need to set up a trip for my son and myself? Please e-mail me what you can.

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Go with D-Man on a trip. Both you and your son will be VERY satisfied. D-Man and I go back a long way. He will not only show you how to catch some eyes, but he wil also teach you the lake for future trips.

Good luck!

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Yep. I agree, get someone with a 'regular boat' (18 to 20 footor so). Launch fishing is awfully 'sedate'. Plow thru the waves get splashed a little, take some sandwiches, and boy it doesn't get any better watching kids reel in THE BIG ONE. Take a camera cuz you WILL CATCH FISH!!! One Goofy deal..you gotta find little ones to keep this year(new law) I took pictures for boat next to me whose kids caught 24 inch walleyes in broad daylight!! Motel rooms can be scarce The Mille Lacs casino Hotel is a bargain mid-week. I wouldn't even take poles and bait if you are pretty new to 'big water fishing'. Let the guide do it....enjoy.........

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I am sure D-man will provide an great time with many fish. If he is not available on the date you need here is a link to other guides from this site.

http://fishingminnesota.com/guide.html

Good fishing.

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