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Fishapalooza

Forest Lake FISHAPALOOZA in 2 days!

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Are you ready? Only 2 days left until the Forest Lake VFW Fishapalooza!

Beat the rush for tickets at the lake.

You can still get your tickets online at www.IceFishingForestLake.com until Wednesday at midnight.

After that you'll need to buy them at one of these establishments , or on the ice the day of the event.

Forest Lake VFW

Forest Lake Gander Mountain

Mike Bait on 8 until Friday

Friar Tucks

Frankie's Bait and Marine in Lindstrom

If you do decide to buy them at the event, get there early.

The forecast is calling for a nice day with highs in the upper 20's and light winds.

Contest area opens at 9am.

Get there early to survey the area, pick and reserve holes, visit vendors and have fun.

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Can't wait to see ya there. I tried to get a lottery ticket online and couldn't get to it. Can I get those the day of?

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I can't wait to get out there! Fish--I'm assuming there will be lottery/raffel tickets for sale on the ice correct?

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Raffle tickets will be available at the event. Just look for people carrying signs that say "Raffle".

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