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Reminder - Reel Fishing and Tackle Ice Fishing Open House Nov 17 - 19

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Just a reminder:

Reel Fishing and Tackle located in Madison Lake, MN is having an Ice Fishing Open House Nov. 17 - 19. Lots of stuff going on.

Register for a Aqua Vu Scout Underwater Camera and a HT one-man Flip over house. Drawing will be at 3:00PM Sunday, Nov 19. Need not be present to win. One entry per visit.

Limited supply of Aqua Vu Scout camera at $149.99. Retail value of $199.99. See all the new Aqua Vu cameras.

See all the new Clam and Otter houses. Remember, boxed or assembled, the same price.

Reconditioned Strikemaster augers. All augers come with a new warranty. We have the Strike-lite, LM8, Electric and Mag 2000 in stock. The LM8 is priced at $299.99, a $70 savings over new.

The Clam rep will be there from 10:00 - 3:00 on Saturday.

Free Chili on Sat from 10:00 until ?

Many other items on special.

So stop on in and see what we carry.

Joe and Matt Elfert.

507.243.3388

reelfish@hickorytech.net

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What are your stores hours on those days?

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Friday 6am - 8pm

Sat 6am - 8pm

Sun 6am - 7pm

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