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Happy Holidays

Hello fellow fisherman and lake lovers,

With my fishing season over, I wanted to take the time to say thank you to everyone who fished with me this past year. There were lots of new faces, and names. I can’t say thank you enough for choosing my guide service for your adventure. I also have to take the time to thank Brad Culp at Sportsmans Bait, Tackle and Marine Repair  in Gilbertsville. Without his help, this Guide Service couldn’t go. Regardless of what you need, he has you covered. When I haven’t been busy making deer jerky for folks, I have been getting everything ready for the upcoming duck season. As it looks, everything will be ready to go for the Thanksgiving opener. I know for myself, and others, I can’t wait. I still have a couple of available dates if anyone is interested. On the fishing front,  I am already booking trips for spring and summer of 2020. Call early to get the best available dates. As I said before,  I make jerky for people upon request. If you have any questions about this,or any hunting or fishing trips, just give me a call or text. If I can’t get to you when you call,  I will call you back. Again I want to say thank you to everyone who has helped me along the way. I look forward to meeting many more new faces and making new friends in 2020. Until then,  I hope everyone has a Merry Christmas, and a Happy  New  Year.  I will put another report on when I begin to  fish in the spring. Thanks for your time.

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