Manistee Early July Written by Chris Ingalls Early July Manistee. Fishing is improving as we speak and with the prevailing south west winds it should continue on that pattern. Water is setting up well with good reports of kings beginning to be heard. A mid 30’s pound king was taken out of Manistee last week, […]
We wanted to let you know about some updates. First – yes we will be having our Black Friday sale again Thanksgiving weekend (Thursday Nov. 28 thru Monday Dec 2). Just use the code Turkey19 for 15% off anything except the Bargain Boat. Canadian orders are also included in the sale. We will also have some great deals on extra items in the Bargain Boat and we will be giving away samples of Hyper UV Blue Mirage with every order. This is a new material that is not for sale yet. Everyone that orders that weekend will be entered into a drawing. Prizes include Staff T-Shirts (you pick the size), Hats, and Towels.
Second – Deer season is starting in Michigan, so orders may be delayed a day or two while I do double duty covering for LeRoy this week.
And finally, Starting December 9th, LeRoy will be on medical leave for a few weeks, so orders may be delayed during this time.
Thanks again to all of you for helping make us successful. Happy Holidays!
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