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L & M Spring 2009 Blow Out Special

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Offering a new special for May 2009. L & M Fly In Fishing Trip for 850.00 per person.

Last year was the first year in about a decade that we needed to cancel out some groups due to ice still being on the lakes for our spring season. Acouple of years in between came close but we were always able to get into the lakes in time to produce the earily season fishing trips. About a decade ago, what happened, many of the May fishing groups decided to push back the trips to June to avoid the chance of being iced out. We are seeing the same result this year and trends with the bookings, most people are nervous to go in May and wanting to hit June up. Decade ago it took us many years to talk many of you back into going in May, with the current economic times we don’t have years to wait for the trend to work back into normal mode, I am prepared to spice the deal for those who are not booked in yet and want to give May a try. May certainly can produce some awesome fishing. Certain restrictions, dates, and rules will apply. 850.00 per person. Inquire for further details if interested. Note: If for some freak reason 2 years in a row late ice happens, we would roll your trip/deal into another trip. Put this thought under your pillow tonight and sleep on it. We feel that L & M is one of the best out there and for this rate. For you, the consumer, it’s a win win deal compared to our competetion for what your getting. Some people say May is too cold to fish. Non-scence. I beg to differ.

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What would the 850 include..and what dates in may?

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Hey Bob,

I think you need to email shane to get the details, I don't think he is going to post them here.

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If your interested drop me an email and Ill go over the possible options with you on dates.

As for what is included in the rate. Flight in/out, cabin, boat, motor, gas. The extras you would have to supply. Bring your own food, personal gear, fishing gear. Tax and fishing lic is extra to the total cost.

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