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blue_healer_guy

I heard a rumor

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blue_healer_guy

That one of your local guides is going on his own. I'll tell you what, this guy is a true sportsman. He encourages c/r on big fish, gives info for nonpaying customers and really seems like a nice guy just to hang with. His new business name rocks and I would recommend him in a heartbeat. I won't spoil his new endeavor, we will just have to hear it from him. Joe

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Write-Outdoor

Is this the same rumor that I've heard as well? If so, then you hit the nail on the head. The guy's the consummate professional and a great source of information as well (paid or out of the kindness of his heart). The name of the new business is very cool and people are going to love it.

Book your next fishing adventure with him now because he's going big time soon!

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Walleye35

Hey, can you guys give us a hint, for those of us out of town who only get up there a week at a time, I would be lost without this forum or a little guide service. Thanks

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beef

Alright alright...

Yep I am starting my own guide service.. I will release the name as soon as I get the website set up and get all the legal things worked out. I am very excited to start this adventure and with working with Fishing The Wildside should make it even more fun... The guide service name is catchy and should give some a good laugh...

Thanks for the great compliments and hopefully better references to future guided trips..

See ya on the water

Beef

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nice2Bout

Beef,

I'll second what Joe wrote. It was great meeting you on Cass. Thanks again for all the info and good luck with your new adventure. I will definately recommend your services to anyone who asks. Leif

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beef

Thanks Nice,

I could use any referrals and I appreciate the kind words..

I should have the website up and running very soon... I'm just waiting on the logo to be developed..

If you are in the area please make sure to drop me a line...

In the summer it sure is fun to meet up with people from FM on the water or stop for a burger and beverage at the Hole..

Beef

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Shorelunch

IMHO, you can't get a better area guide than Beef. He's a very good stick, fun guy to hang out with and he's got some very nice ice fishing equipment to fish out of and use.

Best of luck Beef - and we'll be talkin' soon.

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Borch

I'm sure you'll do great!

We'll definitely have to meet up on the water this summer if not on the ice yet this winter. laugh.gif

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Northlander

Good luck Beef. I hope all goes real good for you. Keep putting people on big fish and it wont take long to get that word of mouth going.

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