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U.S. Angler's Choice,MN Glacier Lake. Waconia

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The fourth event of the U.S. Angler's Choice Glacier Lake Division.

7/21/2007 Waconia

Division Web Site,

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How many people do you have signed up so far?? cost??

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We have been averaging 22 boats per tournament, this year.

Membership includes a years subscription to Bass West Magazine.

Yearly Membership, $35.00

Family Membership, $50.00 [to members one household]

3 year Membership $75.00

Tournament fee per event, $150.0

Optional big bass, $10.00

Late Fee, $10.00

Optional entry fee side pot, $20.00

Optional big bass side pot, $10.00

All options are 100% payback.

Example of our pay at our last tournament with 24 boats.





This does include big bass and side pots.

Plus sponsor give aways at every event!!!!

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