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Nordern

Rule Change - Centerville Contest Feb. 9th

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Due to evil weather moving in portables will be allowed this year in the Centerville Lions Annual Ice fishing Contest this Saturday, the 9th.

From the South: 35E to Centerville exit, left at top of ramp onto Main Street. Continue straight on Main Street to the lake.

From the North: 35E to Centerville exit, right at top of ramp onto Main Street. Continue straight on Main Street to the lake.

Contest starts at 11 am sharp!

(final weigh-in 2 pm)

Prizes for Largest Fish include:

Gas Auger, Portables and more!!

“Door Prizes throughout the event.”

A separate same day raffle will also be held.

Booya, Hot Food and Drink, Bring the Kids !!

Tickets are $5.00 a hole, available on the lake.

“Look for Parking Signs at the Lake”

Please dress warm and good luck!

Centerville Lion's Club

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sweet, i wasnt going to go b/c of the weather. good call

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Yep, thanks Lions. I will be bringing at least one kid then this year.

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Great. Thats enough to get me there. The weather had me concerned.

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what kind of fish are we expecting to catch on that lake? pannies, northerns, eyes? all of the above?

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All of the above..........northern should be the best bet!

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Thanks again Nordern and ALL lions folks. We caught no fish this year, but me and my Grandson had a great time. Good Boyah and the prize packs for the kids were great! He was a winner \:\)

Hope all had a good time, and thanks for letting us use a shack. It allowed us to attend.

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