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Thread: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

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    Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    Cool website. Looks like there are lots of ok fishermen here.

    I am starting a high end musky guiding service. Need good salesmen. No experience necessary, I will train.

    Requiremnts include a boat and good personality. Musky fishing experience is an advantage.

    Any appropriate body of water in us or Canada is acceptable.

    Please respond here if interested.

    Thanks

    Master Troller

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    This should be the start of a real funny thread.

    My question is who would want to work for master troller?

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    Master:

    I have a good boat........and some Musky experience......

    define "good personality".

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    "Good personality"


    When your blind date shaves her face as often as you do and can belch out the alphabet. You probably were told "yeah but she has a great personality". When you asked what she looked like.

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    I would ask what is meant by the term 'high end'? I have musky fishing experience and am personable but my current boat would definitely not qualify as 'high end'. Works fine for me though.

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    Master Troller???????

    I dont hace the experience you have but I did serve on a charter boat with "union" maritime
    I started out has un 'apprentice' baiter but after spending many days out at sea I quickly became a "MASTER BAITER",,,do you have any opportunities?????????

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    >Master Troller???????
    >
    >I dont hace the experience you have but I did serve on a
    >charter boat with "union" maritime
    >I started out has un 'apprentice' baiter but after spending
    >many days out at sea I quickly became a "MASTER
    >BAITER",,,do you have any opportunities?????????
    You "Beat me off" the opportunity to use that line.

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    So you're looking for someone to guide muskies but they don't necessarily have to have musky experience?

    That should work well when the clients have more knowledge than the "guide".

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    Might as well go for the high end client, the working middle class is too busy picking up aluminum cans on the side of the road to pay the light bill.
    How much will you be paying your guides? And do we just call you Master?

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    RE: Going to start a high end guide service- north America wide

    Lots of "ok" fishermen here??? And looking for guides??? WOW!!! What a DREAM COME TRUE!!! Suprised he hasn't responded back with all this humor. Doubt he will ever be back any time soon. I'm interested, but you couldn't afford me!!! Good luck with your indever.

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