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Ice Fishing Contest - Medicine Lake - Feb 10th

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When: 1:00pm - 3:30pm, February 10th 2008

Where: Medicine Lake, MN

On the lake in front of Harty’s Boat and Bait

1920 E. Medicine Lake Blvd. Plymouth, MN 55441

Cost: $10 for registration

Why: To raise money for YWAM Homes of Hope Project

Pre-register @: Vision of Glory Church, 13200 Hwy 55 Plymouth, MN 55441

Or Call Mike @ 763-533-8490 or 763-56-2014

Just for registering a fish you have a chance to win one of these prizes:

Ifinder H2O GPS, $150 Rod and Spinning Reel combo, Zebco ZF200 Handheld fishfinder, FishTV underwater camera, $50.00 Harty’s pontoon rental, Ice rod and reel combos, tip ups, gift cards, and many more.

Fish Prizes by weight

1st Aqua cam

2nd Cabela’s advanced angler tackle bag

3rd $30.00 Cabela’s gift certificate

Lightest Fish Aqua cam

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Can you sign up at the lake? How early can you go there and get a hole? Do they drill holes that day or should i bring a chizel? Thanks i should be able to make it. Thanks for letting us know about it..

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On sight registration begins 12:00 p.m. Checks payable to Vision of Glory.

Predrilled holes provided for participants as needed.

You may fish the entire lake.

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can you fish out of your house that is already out there

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I believe you can. You can call to find out for sure.

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So you will be able to drive any were on the lake you want and fish out of a house if you want? You can drill your own holes also or just the pre-drilled ones? Thanks again

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biggest fish or smallest fish is the contest right?

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