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Eric Boenker provides Reel Time Adventures for those who seek catfish


Eric Boenker provides Reel Time Adventures for those who seek catfish
Lisa Boenker proudly displays one of the fish she caught while fishing with her husband, Eric, on Calaveras Lake. The couple limited out at 25 fish each within just a few hours.


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Wilson County News
July 6, 2011
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When he isn’t busy working at his full-time job in San Antonio, Floresville resident Eric Boenker can generally be found at one of the area’s nearby lakes. You see, for Eric, a day off work doesn’t involve sleeping late or completing his “honey-do” list. For Eric, it means a day on the water -- and another chance to fill an ice chest with catfish. . . .

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Eric Boenker  
December 15, 2011 2:13pm
 
 
The fishing is REALLY coming on strong. We have been catching fish from 2 to 12 lbs,in good numbers.I have openings in the near future.call and book your trip today. ... Read More Read More
 

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