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Tyler Holm

St. Judes Benefit - Rochester

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Here is a list of just some of the prizes:

Bass Table-

Daiwa Fuego reel 3- All Star Grahite Rods

2- GLoomis Graphite Rods 2- Rapala Graphite Rods

Rapala DT Assortment Rapala X-Rap Assortment

Terminator Jig Assortment Storm Assortment

Luhr Jenson Assortment lakemaster Pro Map Chip

Terminator Spinnerbait Assortment Terminator Buzzbait Assortment

Walleye Table-

Humminbird Depthfinder 343c 2- Gloomis Graphite Rods

2- Rapala Graphite Rods Rapala Shad Rap Assortment

Rapala Jointed Shad Rap Assort Rapala Minnow Rap Assortment

Rapala Husky Jerk T' Dancer Assort Storm TS Assortment

Daiwa Line Counter Reel Save Phace Facemask

Northland Tackle Pack Beckman/Drift Control

Lindy Products Electric Fillet Knife

Hunting Table-

Mathews Bow Remington 870

Tim Grounds Goose Call Fred Zink Goose Call

Jeff Foiles Goose Call H.S. Strut Package

Wildlife Print Wildlife Print

Home and Garden Table-

Gas Grill & Steaks City Looks Day of Beauty

City Looks Cut and Color $80 Gift Certificate - Broadsteet

$80 Gift Certificate City Cafe' Apoolo Liquor Wine Tasting

Rapala Hooded Sweatshirt-Pink Rapala Hooded Sweatshirt- Brown

Rapala " Wise Bass" Tee Rapala Windshirt

Loon Lake Decoy Loon Lake Decoy

Jewelry Tastefully Simple Gift Basket

Pamper Chef Gift Basket

Silent Auction/ Live Auction Items

Kent Hrbek Autograhed Baseball Michael Rustovich Autographed Baseball

Lindners Autographed SJ Giant Lure In- Fisherman Autographed SJ Giant Lure

St Jude Commemorative GLoomis Rod St Juse Commemorative St Croix Avid Rod

Guide Trip- Riverfan Guide Service Guide Trip- Gregg Kizewski

Guide Trip- Don Hanson Chippewa and Cedar River WI

Guide Trip Brian Klawitter Trophy Cats Guide Trip- Chris Winchester

More Prizes coming!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

For more info, please contact the folks at the numbers above.

I'll be out of town for Easter, or I'd be there in a heartbeat.

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I had the honor of MC'ing this event, and it was a huge success and a great honor to be a part of the banquet.

My hat's off to the Zumbro Valley Bassmasters and everyone who showed up tonight to give their time and money to such a wonderful cause.

From what I understand, last year there were about 60 people who attended the banquet. This year there were nearly 300 people who attended. The prizes, food, and generosity were awesome and it was really cool to be a part of it.

If you're looking for a good opportunity to win anything from G-Loomis combos to Terry Redlin prints, shotguns, compound bows, or even a football signed by Brett Favre (cheesy, but beats any QB on this side of the Mississippi wink.gif ), this is your kind of party.

Don't forget about the St. Jude Children's Cancer Research banquet next year...

Randy

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