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TOURNAMENT for Catfish anglers on the St. Croix.


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Hello Catfishing enthusiasts! Here is a chance to challenge your buddies and fellow Catfishing anglers for a one day tournament on the St. Croix Sat. Oct. 2nd.

The tournament, Fishin’ for Parkinson’s is a multi-species tournament benefiting the Capistrant Center for Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders located at Bethesda Hospital in St. Paul. The event has four categories to fish in; Bass, Walleye, Panfish, and Ugly!

The “Ugly” division includes (Catfish, carp, sucker, gar, dog fish, eel pout, bullhead) in any combination and has a 100% entry fee cash winnings payback. The total cash prize is dependent on the number of teams entered into the tournament. Top team in each division wins ¼ of the total cash prize. In addition to the first place cash prize there will be a number of fishing related equipment and gear prizes available.

This will be a very fun event and a great time to spend a fall day on the water.

We have two entry levels:

Gold--$200.00 per team. $140.00 tournament entry and $60.00 donation (either self funded or through donation-Tax deductible)

Platinum--$490.00 per team. $140.00 tournament entry and $350.00 sponsorship donations. Each Platinum level entry includes one ticket to the Surf & Turf Benefit dinner on Sat. eve.

Please check out www.fishinforparkinsons.org for additional information and registration today!

If you have any additional questions please feel free to ask. I hope you will all be able to come participate in this great event, catch some big Cats and win some cash all while supporting a great cause.

Thanks!

www.fishinforparkinsons.org

www.facebook.com/Fishinforparkinsons

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