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Bemidji/Cass Lake Muskies Inc 14th Annual Tournament


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The Bemidji/Cass Lake Chapter 46 Muskies Inc tournament will be held on Saturday June 16th. This is a fully CPR tournament (catch/photo/release). We'll have thousands of dollars in prizes to give away via raffle at the tournament awards/feed at the end of the tournament. If you've never been to one of our tournaments they are a great time, family friendly and fishing is allowed on 4 of the best muskie lakes in all of MN. Lakes Bemidji, Plantagenet, Cass and Big are all tournament waters. Fishing begins at 5am and goes until 4pm with the feed/awards beginning at 5pm.

Entry fees are only $45 for adults and $25 for juniors (under 18). There are cash prizes for 1st-4th place and also for the biggest fish for both adults and juniors. We proudly donate a scholarship to the Aquatic Biology program at Bemidji State University each year with tournament proceeds. The feed is put on by the area Boy Scout chapter. Registration is still open. You can register by mail or at the following locations locally.

Bluewater Bait or Gander Mountain (both in Bemidji)

Thursday June 14th and Friday June 15th from 5-8pm at either location. These are the only times/locations for local registration. Bluewater Bait will be offering a 15% discount on all muskie lures to anyone registering there.

Mail in registration and details can be viewed/printed off the chapters website and all the tournament details are also available there.

http://www.muskiesinc.com/chapters/46/html/tournament_info.html

In addition to tons of local sponsors, we'd like to thank the following Muskie businesses who've contributed to this years event. We're getting more stuff in every day, sponsor list will be updated.

Muskie First, Whispering Winds Resort, Kevin Cochran Guide Service, Aaron Meyer Guide Service, Dave Williamson (Musky Stalker Guide Service), Sportsman's Warehouse, Just Encase, True Glide, Mud Puppy topwaters, Northland Tackle, Dadson Blade Baits, Muskie Mayhem, Badfish Outdoors, Just Big Muskies, Muskie Tackle Online, Stealth Tackle, Tackle Industries, Big Wood Muskie Lures, Bluewater Baits, Bruce Earp, Water Wolf Lures, Steve Fiorio, Big Mama Lures, St Clair Bait Co, Supernatural Big Baits.

Brian Johnson

Secretary, Muskie Inc Chapter 46 Bemidji/Cass Lake.

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