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Ice fishing contests

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I know its a little early to be thinking ice fishing but i would like to fish in a few contests this year in the duluth area and was wondering if anybody had any information or knew where i could get some on some contests on island, fish lakes etc. I have never entered an ice fishing contest so am just kind of looking for some general info. Might also have to give the Burntside Bash a try grin.gif.

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United Northern Sportsmen has a contest sometime in January.

Theres usually a few on Fish Lake. The Kiwanis is one you shouldn't miss. Sorry don't have any dates but keep checking back in.

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UMD puts on a contest on Pike lake called the Big Jig. Funds raised go towards UMD athletics.

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Pike lake is the big jig. Fish lake the local snowmobile club has on in feb I think. Kiwanis has one at the end of feb. I think there is one on the river but that can be iffy.

Watch the ice fishing forum in early winter they should start posting dates for the state.

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C-mon, can't we go hunting first grin.gif

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