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Take A Kid Fishing Tournement

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Grab that little fishing partner and head to Northwoods Children Services Contest for Kids.

June 9th 9AM-2PM

This is a great time and good cause. Jr and I will be there again this year.

We will also be donating to Northwoods Children Services in FM's name, rods and reels left over from out Sportsman's Sway Meet. Gary(ripstick), Randy(Loonasea,) and myself spent an afternoon refurbishing these combos along with spooling them up with line donated from Fisherman's Corner.

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So heres that chance to get the Li' Fisherperson out for their own day on the water.

See you there!

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Which fish lake is this?

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The one North of Duluth about 20 minutes south of Island Lake.

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LB, this is not the Fish Lake outside of Windom.

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Yeah, I think that is a little too far to go. Had to ask though... Hope you guys have a great turnout! Good Luck

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