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Ferndale area fishing partner?
« on: May 16, 2011, 10:30:21 PM »

First of, I would like to say hello to everyone on here after a long hiatus. It has been a while, but I am finally able to get back to fishing. I am really looking to get out on the water more this year and learn from anyone who is willing to teach me. I can also help with gas as well.

 I have a few techniques that I am confident with, but there is always room to learn more. I usually fished the inland lakes in the Northville/Novi/Whitmore Lake area, but I would like to get out on some different ones due to the fact I live far away from that area. I am also very flexible with my schedule and can do pretty much any day, any time.

I have been bass fishing for quite some time and I am just now starting to get serious about it. If there is anyone in my area willing to take me, it would be greatly appreciated!

My cell number is (248) 251-7553 and my name is Jon.
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Re: Ferndale area fishing partner?
« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2011, 01:24:45 AM »

Right now, the only member I can think of close by sold his boat. I haven't checked on here enough. Seems like someone could swing by once in a while to take you out fishing. I'm stuck in the middle of the state half way to everywhere and not fishing very much at the moment. You should make sure you get in on the 2012 forum members tournament on Lake St. Clair once I get it scheduled. Should be in May again. If you want to drive a ways, there should still be some room in the October 2nd members tournament - the MadWags Memorial - but it is way up on Skegemog Lake.
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