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    Has anyone heard about some float plane pilots that will take you up to a cabin in the Minto area, drop you off for a couple of days to fish, and come back and pick you up? If so, does anyone have some contact info?

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    x2 for Rick. I have gone out a couple times with him, and will go again.

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    x3 for Rick at Marina Air. Great guy and an awesome deal. Have had a great time every trip.







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    Thanks for the input. I will definetly have to look him up. Nice looking fish Mr. Steve.

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    ive heard the price is very reasonable... can you throw a number at us stid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aktyler View Post
    ive heard the price is very reasonable... can you throw a number at us stid?
    Rate are on his website. But here is a cut and paste..



    Costs for day trips start at $180 per person lasting 8 to 10 hrs. Overnight trips including the use of cabin is $200 per person lasting 24 hrs. Each additional day thereafter is $50 per person.

    Example, Three day fishing trip = $200+ $50 + $50 total cost per person = $300
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    What do you call that jaw-clamper thing that you're using to hold the fish? Can I get one at Frontier or Sportsmans? I had the awfullest time getting the hook out of a pike's mouth the other day (my first one).
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    SkinnyD,
    Boga grip I believe.
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