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Hi,

I am trying to locate ice-fishing spears for my significant other for Christmas. I want to buy a very nice one that is well weighted, and possibly custom made. Can someone point me in the right direction?

Thanks,

Aimee Martin

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I know a fellow in Melrose that will make what you want for a decent price. They are good too, I have one and I know several people that alos have his spears. If interested let me know, I'll be out of town till tuesday so I won't get o you till then. Good luck looking and good fishing!!

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Hey. Yeah the guy in Melrose makes a great spear. I forget his name but if I bought another spear it would be from him. I'm guessing he has a big waiting list so I'd get a hold of him asap.

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A friend of mine makes spears and has sold alot to baitshops and also makes some out of stainless. Does a real good job and spin balances them to boot. If interested let me know as he don't have a computer.

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Ice is coming soon!!
GRIZ

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Contact Jim Voigt at Rice Blacksmith in Rice MN. He makes a great spear. 320-393-2169.
There is a waiting list.
I make excellent spears also but I'm too busy grin.gif with the icesaws to make any frown.gif.
Let us know which spear you purchased wink.gif

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