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Paul Waldowski

3rd Annual Mille Lacs Fall Frenzy - Oct 9th, 10th, and 11th.

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Boy, where has the summer gone?

With Labor Day Weekend just around the corner it is once again time for fishing to start heating up again, and no where does it get any better than Mille Lacs in the fall.

We are inviting all FM'ers up for a little fishing and fun for the 3nd Annual Fall Frenzy held here at Appeldoorn's Sunset Bay. This is one event that you do not want to miss. Whether you are a diehard troller, or a first-timer, this is the event for you.

What follows is a tentative agenda for the weekend.

Friday:

3:00 - 5:00 check-in, followed by a meet and greet

5:00 - 6:00 Q & A Session

6:00 - 7:00 Taco Bar

7:00 - ???? Let the trolling frenzy begin

Saturday:

AM - Breakfast on your own and then open morning

4:30 - 6:00 Steak Dinner and [PoorWordUsage] Session

7:00 - ???? Time to implement everything that we learned

Sunday:

AM - Breakfast on your own and then open fishing

2:00 - Checkout

Cost is $100 per person for the weekend.

Call now for further details and to get your group registered for this event.

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Nice. How fast does this thing fill up? I won't know for a week or two if I'll be able to go.

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would there be an open seat for a first timer--don't think my 14 footer will cover it??

Aaron

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Aaron, keep your eye posted here. If I go, I might have an open seat.

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That's a lot of fun for a Benjamin! Plus Paul cooks a mean Taco

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Set me up Paul. At this time I am alone but I have a few options for partners.

A great time to smack a few pigs.

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I was at the first 2 Fall Frenzy's and had a great time -- Paul really goes out of his way to host a great event, and the resort and accomodations are outstanding.

I'll have to miss the 3rd Annual though, I already have a different trip planned for those days frown

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Hi there - this sounds great but I think you need to check the HSOforum as it states the dates are Oct. 2, 3, 4th

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If anyone needs someone to help fill a boat I would be interested in this. E-mail me and Ill get some time off work.

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Will there be any last minute openings?

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Well Paul I should be down for 4 or 5 all call you Friday to confirm sounds like a good time.

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Is there still openings??

I would like in.

I would be coming as a single with an open seat in my boat??

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S.D.

We still have a couple of opening.

One change that should be noted. The seminar has been changed to an open Q & A session as Tony had to bow out due to an unexpected comittment.

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Anybody have an open seat?

I've got off work that weekend and would like to go but don't want to take my boat out there by myself.

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I believe I have one open Nick. I will know for sure in a few days.

E-mail me please.

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Ok well so much for that thought, cousin of mine decided to get married that weekend...

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Harvey Lee I got the time off so Im good to go. Paul count me in.

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