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Looking for some fun on the ice?
How about the chance to win some really great prizes such as-

Otter Den
LX3
Barracuda Ice Auger
Quikflip Ice House
Thorne Bros Ice Rod.
Some DVD's
Gear from Colombia

Lures from-
Scenic Tackle
Jammin Jigs
Catch N Tackle
Bio Bait
Custom Jigs and Spins

And Schwiegert Brats for all!!

And the good thing about it…YOU DON”T EVEN HAVE TO CATCH A FISH TO WIN!!!!!

Trophies will be awarded to the top 3 finishers and everyone who signs up will get their name in the drawing for the goods! You might even be named “The Worlds Greatest Ice Angler” and end up on FishFever’s latest video!

The first event will be held on Lake Winnibigoshish out of Denny’s Resort on January 10-11th. Tournament times will be 7 am to 2pm.

There will be product demos on-ice, plenty of Fishing Minnesota Pro-Staff on hand to give tips and answer questions and they will even point you in the right direction to the hot-spots!

All this for only $10!

For more info and to register, click on the link below-
iceleaders.com

Hope to see you there!

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Ray Esboldt

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Guys,

I'm trying to arrange the world so I can make the Winnie event or one of the subsequent events. I encourage you to go. I guarantee these will be first class productions. Plus, did you see what FM is giving away.

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CorynTracySellHomes

Hey all you East Central fisherman!

I say, we get a East Central Team going for the Ice Series and blow away all of the other areas! We can get together and have a trategic planning session right before take off! Team up, and show what us from the East Central area can catch! I am going to be fishin all four events. Is anyone else? Should be a GREAT time! And! you have a much better chance of winning some awesome prizes than at the Forest Lake event!

Cory Frantzick

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hip_hop_fisherman

Hey I'll go if I can get one of my buddies to drive up there with me. Where do I sign up? Can I pay the $10 when I get there or can I pay in advance with a Visa Check Card?

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CorynTracySellHomes

Hey Hip Hop!

If ya need a ride, i might be able to help ya! This is going to be a blast!! Who doesnt want to be crowned "The World's Greatest Ice Fisherman!"

Cory Frantzick

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Ray Esboldt

Anyone gonna make it from the East Central Lakes? I'll be there!

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BDR

I'll be there!!

Brian

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