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pznak

Fishing Derby

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I spent this last weekend reading the majority of the post on the Rainy Lake site. Read a lot of very interesting info. What a great site, it dates back to 2001. I did notice that there is a fishing derby to be held this Sunday. It sounds like the sportsman club does a lot of great things for the Rainy Lake area. I am a firm believer in supporting clubs that do so much good for the local area. Maybe I missed it but how do you become a member. I will definitely be making a trip up to fish in the derby but I would also like to join the club. I am guessing that you can join the day of the event but I would guess that it will be pretty hectic. Who should I contact. Thanks for your help.

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HI PZNAK,

THANKS FOR THOSE COMMENTS, THE RLSFC HAS DONE ALOT FOR RAINY. SEND ME YOUR ADDRESS BY E-MAIL & I WILL SEND YOU AN APPLICATION. ITS CHEAP!!!

SINCERELY,

FISHMEISTER

dcrs@charter.net

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