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Brainerd Lakes Muskies Banquet - Feb 9th

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All,

Our 5th Annual Banquet is next weekend Feb 9th at Cragun's Resort. Once again it is being held in the Sports Centre. Tickets are getting down there. We only have about 60 left! Youth tickets are sold out.

Tickets are again $40 which include a 3 meat buffet and a chance to win 1 of 4 Grand Prizes. Everyone attending gets a door grab bag with goodies worth at least $25! Some are loaded up to $75 or more! Here's a list of the Grand Prizes.

1 week stay at Break on the Lake Resort

Weatherby 270 rifle with scope

Custom muskie rod with Calcutta 400TE reel

Ice Fishing package featuring a FishTrap X2

Over $30,000 of other prizes to be won in games, raffles, silent and live auctions. Some prizes include:

G3 V14 Guide boat and trailer w/ 15hp Yamaha 4 stroke

Guide Trips

Resort Stays

Shotguns and Rifles

Lures , Nets, Rod and Reel combos, AquaVu's, electronics, etc....

The list is long! Some 600 items on hand!

If you've been to one of our Banquets in the past you know what it's like and this year looks to be better! We have several special prizes and surprises! It really is a GREAT TIME!

Since the Banquet date is getting real close and mailing tickets may not be delivered in time...please call me at 218-821-3669 for tickets.

Thanks and I hope to see you on the 9th!

Jeff Young

VP - Brainerd Muskies

brainerdmuskies.com

218-821-3669

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