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I was packing up my sled getting ready for the Brainerd Jaycees ice fishing contest when I hear this familiar voice by the next door shack. My brush with fame was none other than Steve Pomrenke owner of the Christine Rose! Super nice guy who said he's just an out of work mechanic and gold miner. Here he is with his '84 Chevy and a couple friends of ours.

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That's really cool smile I love all of those gold mining shows. Well, not all of them, the jungles ones suck....

Are they from MN? If so, I didn't know that.

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I love Jungle Gold. Whenever you think you made a bad decision in life just start watching 5 minutes of any episode of Jungle Gold and you'll immediately be reminded that there is someone out there making much worse decisions than you ever could.

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If I remember correctly Steve was born and raised on a farm near Royalton MN

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Yep he said he lived in Royalton born in Pierz if I remember right.

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On the show they've mentioned the Pomrenke's being from here.

That Shawns a real dink to his dad.

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I thought there was a bit of MN accent when watching the show. More of a further north MN accent though.

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pretty cool! great show and once you get into the show you can see that the Pomrenke family and their operation with the christine rose is no small operation.

I had heard during last season's "under the ice" series that he vacationed in MN, but didn't realize they were from MN originally.

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