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U.S. Angler's Choice, MN. Glacier Division 2007

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2007 MN. Glacier Lake Schedule.

05/06/2007 Okoboji IA.

06/16/2007 Koronis MN.

06/17/2007 Green(spicier) MN.

07/21/2007 Waconia MN.

07/21/2007 Washington/Stella MN.

08/25/2007 Minnewaska MN.

08/26/2007 Ida MN.

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Classic site 2007 Kentucky Lake, Moors Resort, Oct. 24 thru Oct. 27

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U.S. Anglers Choice is proud to announce that in 2007 the North Region Championship will award 3 fully rigged Legend Bass Boats!! Legend Bass Boats are awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places and there will be 5 qualifying teams winning $1000.00 in cash and prizes by draw. This along with the ability to fish multiple Regional Championships by fishing seven tournaments has taken team fishing to a new level for 2007! U.S. Angler's Choice is the Largest and most Lucrative National Team Circuit in the United States.

Please take the time to visit our websites.

Division web site: www.MNAnglersChoice.com

National web site: www.AnglersChoice.com

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