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2012 Annandale/Maple Lake "Lightning" Catch and Release Fishing Tournament

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Held on Pleasant Lake in Annandale, MN. Fishing hours will be 7am-1pm on Saturday, June 23rd. Both north and south access may be used but tournament check-in will be at the south access.

We're looking for participants to attend our tournament fundraiser for the Annandale/Maple Lake Wrestling team. $1000 cash prize for the winning team. If there are enough participants, the plan is to award cash or prizes to the top five teams. A potluck picnic will follow the tournament. The tournament will be scored based on length of the fish. $125/boat 2 people/boat

This tournament is open to the public so please sign up fast!

2012 ANML "Lightning" Fishing Tournament Facebook Event

For tournament entry form and further details, call or email Joe Puncochar 763-439-9140 or [email protected].

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We're still looking for more contestants. Let me know if you'd like to support out cause. Should be a fun time, hopefully many fish will be caught!

Call 763-439-9140 or email me at [email protected]

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We have been getting a few more calls each day. By the weekend we are hoping to have a nice little tournament with very good odds that our contestants take home a great prize.

Please give me a call when you're ready to sign up at 763-439-9140. Or send an email to [email protected].

It's only $125 a boat which includes a t-shirt for both contestants and a meal at the conclusion of the tournament.

The top two prizes are set at $1000 and $500!!!

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