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figplucker

fishing guide

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For fathers day i'd like to buy my dad a 1 day guided walley fishing trip for him and myself in the Hayward area, preferable on the Chippewa Flowage for this summer sometime. I have no idea where to start looking. Does anyone have any suggestions for fishing guides in the area? Or where I would start to look for one? Would like to go with someone who is recommended if possible. Let me know, thanks.

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yep sure do this is the guy for your. About as down to earth and easy going as they come. When ya call tell him VMAN sent ya. He stays on the flowage from May 1st until freeze and after that even.

Deano's Guide Service

Dean Elmer

4006 Major Ave.

Madison, WI 53716

(608) 279-3465

fish4walleye53716@yahoo.com

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thanks vman, i'll give him a call. Any other suggestions?

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There are quite a few that guide on the Chip but I'd go with vman's suggestion, he wouldn't steer you wrong.

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We went out with Tanner Wildes for muskies last summer and had a great time. I know he does pretty well for the 'eyes in the spring too. You may want to check him out too.

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Dave Dorazio is a friend of my family. He's put many people on some big ones. He's been guiding there for over 25 years. My family and many of the Hayward muskie guides got together at Herman's Landing back in the 1980s.

He now has a tackle shop so if he doesn't guide, I'm sure he will hook you up with someone who knows what they're doing.

Try 715-462-3885

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