10 Years!

As I look back at my 10 years of retirement and the same as a guide and shop owner, I have experienced much good and bad. I have seen big and small shops come and go and I am still here. I have seen the number of guides multiply drastically and I am blessed with the best clientele I could ask for. I have learned that being honest with customers and providing good customer service is the key to success. Also, by sharing my knowledge of these waters has helped many become better anglers. I will continue to carry the products I fish with and can tell you all about how to use them successfully and include the normal BS in for free! More time will be spent on water, guiding, as that is my love and I will continue to get your Minn Kota products serviced as fast as I can – even if I must do in evenings as I do. To all my loyal customer/client base – Thanks for making my retirement enjoyable. Hope to see y’all soon. Memorial Day weekend 2017, I will be holding a 10 year anniversary sale at shop. Any TFO rod paired with a Daiwa reel and spooled with Fins Braid will be $20 off. I will also have sevral of my used guide rods and reels for sales as I am reoutfitting my gear this year. Used but cared for. There will be 5 used offshore outfits ready to fish available as well. Mirrolures - $1 off / DOA products $1 off / Gulps $5 a pack / Storm and Rapala products $1 off and buy 2 Rapala items and get choice of free hat or shirt. Come see the New Nebo lights – Very Bright LED with 1 even underwater. I may have some samples cooked up with the Trail Dust for you to see how good it is – available by the bottle this weekend at $6 I will be open regular hours this weekend and will try to do as summer progresses. Here to help with all your needs – trolling motor and power pole repairs too. Coming out of your way – call ahead – 670-2841 to be sure I am not FISHIN’.
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