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Good cause/Good show.

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This will be my first post on this board and hope you'll all forgive me and I'm not breaking any rules for having it be about a scheduled fishing show. But it's for a good cause and one that may interest a lot of you, since most of the inland season closed on the 15th.

Also, I hope to visit often and share some real fishing info with you guys. My log in name is walleye express, but I go by Capt: Dan in most cases. I charter on the Saginaw Bay and Tittabawassee/Saginaw Rivers four season of the year. Some of you may have seen my fishing reports I do for Franks Great Outdoors.

Also spent 15 years (1984-1999) guiding on the Pere Marquette River for Salmon and Steelhead under the (Steelie Dan) monicur. Still guide for a week for kings in the fall out of my jet sled. So fielding questions or adding helpful dialog to the cold water species section shouldn't be to hard either. At any rate, hope I can be helpful to any that need it and heres the announcment.

Proudly presented by the Freeland Lions Club
Saturday, April 3, 2004 • Freeland High School

March 12, 2004

Freeland Lions Club
Garret Geer, Event Chair
Res. 989-662-2694

Mid-Michigan Fishing Expo, April 3, 2004, Freeland High School

FREELAND, MI: The Freeland Lions Club is proud to host the 2004 Mid-Michigan Fishing Expo on Saturday, April 3rd from 9:00am to 4:00pm at Freeland High School in Freeland, Michigan. Admission is $5.00 for adults and children 12 years and younger are admitted free.

The Mid-Michigan Fishing Expo will host exhibits by fishing, boat and outdoor merchandisers, charter services, outfitters and more. You won’t want to miss the seminars featuring fishing pros Lance Valentine, Mark Romanack, Mark Gwizdala and Jac Ford. TV & radio personality Mike Avery of Outdoor Magazine will MC the event. Come see the latest in boats and fishing tackle, and learn tactics for catching “the big ones”. Kids will love the free games and special fish prizes just for them. There’s a free raffle for great merchandise, chances to win a wide variety of door prizes, autographs by the fishing pros, great food and more! You can even sign up and gear up for the Freeland Walleye Festival & Tournament scheduled for April 23rd, 24th & 25th.

Fishing fun for the whole family! So bring the kids to the Mid-Michigan Fishing Expo on Saturday, April 3rd at Freeland High School and join us to celebrate the great sport of fishing in mid-Michigan! For more information contact Garret Geer, Event Chair, Freeland Lions Club, 989-662-2694 (residence).
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Thank's Auditor.

Yes, I do remember our corispondence. Didn't remember you being from Michigan though. I've given info and sugestions to a few guys looking to get their charter licenses and start in the business.

Hope I didn't tell you that you could make a decent living chartering. :confused:

Had black ink two years so far. But do love the people and the business.:D
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