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open2hardwater

Fishing for Life Holes for Heros Event

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open2hardwater

Join us for a fun ice fishing contest honoring the Armed Forces who have

served our country, and their families who have sacrificed along with them.

There will be great prizes, food, and fun activities for kids....not to

mention great fishing!

The Holes for Heroes Ice Fishing Tournament will take place on Saturday,

February 4 from 12-3 pm at Medicine Lake in Plymouth.

Registration

Advance registration is just $5 per person. Same-day registration

(walk-up) is just $10. Your registration helps provide free fishing

opportunities for men & women who have served our country.

Registration link: www.2012holesforheroes.eventbrite.com

Military personnel and their immediate families can register in advance

or day-of at no charge. Online registration & advanced ticket sales will

end on Friday, Feb 3 at 6 pm.

Simulcast to Iraq & Afghanistan

The tournament will be simulcast to Iraq & Afghanistan so that personnel

currently serving overseas can watch their family & friends while they

fish. Advance registration is REQUIRED for those who wish to participate

in the simulcast, so that we can coordinate timing and logistics and your

military friend or family member can be positioned to participate.

Contact [email protected] to inquire about the simulcast.

Prizes

Over $5,000 in prizes including Frabill StormSuit, Aqua-Vue, Strikemaster augers,HT equipmentset, $50 Dick's Sporting Goods card, Cabela's gift cards, Ice Hunter Combo. Category prizes

plus random drawings throughout the day. See www.fishingforlife.org.

Rules

Tournament rules will be posted on www.fishingforlife.org and emailed to

all registered participants by January 24.

Sponsorships, Prize Donations & Volunteer Opportunities

If you are interested in getting involved as a sponsor, volunteer, or

donor of a door prize, please contact Tom at _612-987-5466_

(tel:612-987-5466) or email [email protected]

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hunter322

This is outstanding! As a Veteran of the Iraq war and still serving in the Army Reserve I personaly thank everyone associated with this tournament. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

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amateurfishing

was just talking bout this with mrs. last nite, i plan on attending, nice cheap tournament for a great cause for beginning ice fisherman like myself.

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Cyberfish

I got to drill the holes for this event last year and helped quite a few kids catch their first fish through the ice. great fun event and for a good cause!

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The_Diesel

Looking forward to this event on Sat. Should be good ice conditions for us out there. I'll be drilling holes and making the rounds, so if you're there be sure to say hi.

Good luck everyone,

Ryan

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amateurfishing

would anyone like a partner for this event?

portables are allowed? what about getting them from offsite parking lot to lake? are fish finders allowed?

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randallt

This is awesome. I wish you all much success. Unfortunately I will be at a B-Ball tourney all day or I would join in on the fun.

These people are the TRUE AMERICAN HEROS - Thanks to everyone who has and is serving.

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Cyberfish

Ill be there saturday! drill baby drill!!!! grin

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Opie

Yes, I beleive portables are allowed, along with electronics. There will be 4 wheelers with trailers shuttling people back and forth.

This is a great event for a wonderful cause. Hope to see you all out there. Stop by the concession tent and say "hi". I will be the big guy frying fish for sandwiches.

Dean Thorn

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