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TC chapter meeting 5-12 Bob Benson Vermilion guide/activist DNR tiger

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The Twin Cities chapter of Muskies inc Will be having Bob Benson Vermilion guide has its guest speaker on tuesday May 12th at 7pm

Weve been trying to pin down Bob for a few years!!! finally got em,,Bob spends MUCH time on the BIG V and he has finished in the money on a regular basis in the tournaments hes been in on the lake including a 1st place finnish.Bob Is also very active in the musky world with genetics and stocking, Bob Is going to talk about patterns and seasons on Vermilion we are looking forward to this one,,one of our long time members predicts this will be one of the top 5 seminars weve ever had!!!

also Minnesota dnr rep Dirk Peterson will spend a few minutes on the tiger fisherie status,,,many changes have been discussed regarding the future of tigers,,some lakes being switched over to purestrain some lakes have been discontinued with the possible result of heavier tiger stocking on the remaining lakes in the future, If your into Tigers this is a great time to ask some questions and gather info.

Also Bob Lessard will talk a few minutes about the funding for resources

and of course we will have door prizes.

"All ARE WELCOME" you do not have to be a member of muskies inc to attend and there is no charge

Twin Citys Chapter meets at Knights of Columbus in Bloomington

1114 American blvd west or also called 79th ave,,one block south of 494 on lyndale,,right behind the HOM store

"note" the lyndale exit is closed on 494 so use either the Penn ave exit and head east or use the Nicollet ave exit and head west.

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