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2008 Little Hole on Big Lake Contest

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2008 Little Hole on Big Lake ice fishing contest

Hosted by the Big Lake Area Jaycees

Saturday, Feb 23 - 12:00 - 3:00

$15.00 before February 16th - $20.00 after that.

Top 25 fish eligible for mixed prize list, including Arctic Cat 4x4, Strikemaster power augers, CASH, Ice Fishing packages, Clam 6800, Fish TV, HardWater Wear Jacket and Bib combo, + MORE

Music and Live broadcast the entire event with Dean-O-Mite Entertainment. Games and fun for the entire family. Musical Ice Buckets, Minnow Races, Fishing Rod Limbo, and others.

Random prize drawings almost every 5 minutes, plus purchase $5.00 raffle tickets for CASH drawing!

Free Kids Ice Clinic before the contest by Strikemaster and Ice Team.

Tickets available at local supporting businesses in Big Lake:

Big Lake Hardware Hank & Rental

Big Lake Coborn's

On-The-Run Mobile

Tootsies Tavern

Rivers Edge Outfitters (Monticello)

Or go online at http://www.littleholeonbiglake.com for more information or to download a mail-in ticket order form.

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