Dunkirk Charter Recomendations

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Wild John
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2007/08/20 09:33:31 (permalink)

Dunkirk Charter Recomendations

Planning a Labor Day weekend trip with 2 dads and 4 kids to the Dunkirk area- looking to get out for a 1/2 day on the lake. Any advice greatly appreciated.
Smallies would be my pref., but perch/walleye OK too.
Thanks-
Wild John
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    RE: Dunkirk Charter Recomendations 2007/08/23 10:33:08 (permalink)
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    RE: Dunkirk Charter Recomendations 2007/08/27 09:38:21 (permalink)
    Thanks Lunky Eddy! That's a great site.
    I started w/ Capt. Paul Dreher (Small Fortune) who then introduced me to Caprt. Don Barber (Fish Tale) because we needed room for 6. Both could not have been nicer, but, sadly, had to pull the plug due to schedule conflicts- i.e. find out what your wife has planned before you book a fishing trip.
    Can recommend both Capt.s on their courtesy and promptness.
    Thanks again.
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    RE: Dunkirk Charter Recomendations 2007/08/31 16:47:11 (permalink)
    wild john,go to erie discussion boards,schroll down to erie boat,schroll down from there,really nice map, i would suggest to go out to the mountain from north east and work that area over only 3 miles out,be save and good luck.
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