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I have heard a lot about the walleye fishing on Tonka. Anyone have a suggestion on a guide.

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Terry Hagstrom would be my choice. Terry's Guide Service you can find him from the guide page

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Corey Guttenfelder... pro Bass fisherman/Guide.... I think you can go to www.fishfever.com and look him up. Heres more on him.

Corey Guttenfelder

Home Town: Crystal, MN

Birth Date: 02/03/70

Occupation: Fishing Guide

Wife: Jilene

Children: Connor

Boat:

Skeeter ZX225

Yamaha VMax 225

Other Sponsors:

Stamina Fishing Components, Fishfever.com. DVB Media, Falcon Rods, MarCum Technologies

2003-2004 Highlights

- 1st Place - "Team of the year" Denny's Wed. Night Bassin'

(Lake Minnetonka) -2004

- 3rd Place - Gander Mountain Tour "Tournament of Champions" (Gull Lake) -2004

- 7th Place - Gander Mountian Tour (Lake Minnetonka) -2004

- 6th Place - Minnetonka Classic - 2004

- 2nd Place MN Pro/Am Bass tour - Lake Minnetonka

Career Highlights

- 1st place 1997 KFAN Invitational

- 1st Place in 2001 & 2002 Gander Mountain Tour “Tournament of Champions”

- 6th Place 2002 MN Pro/Am Bass Tour “Angler of the Year”

- 3rd Place 2002 KFAN/Extream Bass Invitational (Minnetonka/Prior Lakes)

- 25 “top 10” finishes in 2001-2002

Tournament Schedule:

Gander Mountain Bass Tour, MN Pro Bass Tour, Denny’s Super 30 Circuit, Ranger/KFAN invitational

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Thanks Buzzsaw, but I am looking for a walleye guide.

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He guides for walleyes on Tonka as well. Catches plenty of them too. grin.gif

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My guess is that you won't find a better all around fisherman than Corey when it comes to Lake Minnetonka.... you could throw out a dozen or so names that would be close....

Hey P.D. If your over at the Walleye honeyhole come next saturday I may just see you out there.

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Buzz,I'll be sittin' at Ridgeview Medical Center looking at baby #2. Hopefully out on the water Suday night though.

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Sounds like a planned C-section to me... if so, thats the way to go, so says my wife. Good luck!

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