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Catmendo

Announcing the 2003 Cats On The Red Catfish Challenge

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Catmendo

I'm pleased to announce that plans for the 2003 "Cats On The Red Catfish Challenge"
are now offically underway.
Dallas Stevenson a life long resident of Winnipeg, Manitoba has announced his full intentions of organizing this incredible event! Way to go Dallas!
Some preliminary information: The event will be held out of Cats On The Red, Located
in Lockport, Manitoba.
The event will be held on August 16th & 17th 2003.
The event will be limited to the "first" 75 entries.
Entries will be based on two person teams.
Entry fee for the event will be $300.00 U.S.
These are just a few preliminary items that will be announced at this time. The idea behind this announcement was to inform the public that there will be yet another incrdible cat fishing tournament in "PARADISE" in 2003. How good is that!!!

If you have any pertinent questions regarding
the tournament, you can contact me at the following email address.

Fish "Hard" Forever!

Stu McKay
www.catsonthered.com
email- [email protected]
Tel.wk. (204)757-9876

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Ahhhhhhhh...I da know?

"Cork'n Sucks!

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Ya betch-ya....I'm there....color me in Stu!

I know a few more of the FM Cat crew have been talking about this Eh (Fishhead/Dark30..Eh).

Come on boys, step up to the hog trough and go toe to toe with Larry, Curly, & Moe. grin.gifblush.gifsmile.gif

Ed "Backwater Eddy" Carlson..><sUMo>

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[This message has been edited by Backwater Eddy (edited 01-20-2003).]

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