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Bill Dance

Tony Dean in St. Cloud

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Bill Dance

I was just in sportsmans warehouse and I saw a sign that said Tony Dean is coming to their store on Saturday. I am not sure of the time but I think it was noon to 3, but I am not sure. I like watching his show so I am just letting every body know.

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Central Bassman

Thanks for the info... I dont think ill make it up there but always nice to know!!!

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bassNspear

Sounds like it would be a good thing to be at. Im sure it will be alot of fun!! laugh.gif

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fishinalot

It would be fun to meet him, along with you Bill Dance!!! laugh.gif

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Ole the Guide

He's a great guy! I bought one of his boats 6 years ago. A Tracker 17' DV Targa. I still have it and love it!

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AndyMan

Why would anyone want to see local legend Tony Dean, when we can see a national legend in you...Bill Dance?!!

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federline

Bill Dance is a hack! shocked.gif OK, I give him this, he is funny to watch on TV! grin.gif Ever see the bloopers tape? The guy is a spaz.

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Ole the Guide

Bill's a cool guy! He sent my Grandson and I an autographed "T" hat !! I wish he'd come up here and film a show. We need some of those southern Bass fishermen to come up and experience our Minnesota fisheries! I've actually stopped watching the Bass shows on Saturday because I'm tired of all that southern good old boy hype!

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Kyle Sandberg

I was watching a bass fishing show yesterday and they were fishing for bass on the resivor/lake thingy by the power plant and caught some fish. If a little publicity is what you want, then its what you get.

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