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DEADLINE 3pm Today: Mille Lacs ICE Series!!! January 24th, 2004


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  • 'we have more fun' FishingMN Creators

Ok,
now it's time for the Mille Lacs Roll Call...

Saturday January 24th out of Fisher's Resort...

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Which of you who fish Mille Lacs think you can compete with Kandy in the Mille Lacs ICE Series?

Who's in it for a whole lotta FUN????

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One more question I have a fish house at another resort is it ok to drive to another resort and fish there and drive back for weigh in?If so im in.Thanks

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I am looking forward to this one also.

I believe the rules say once the contest begins you may not go on land. So you would have to drive from the starting point, on water, to the house.

Brian

[This message has been edited by BDR (edited 01-12-2004).]

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  • 'we have more fun' FishingMN Creators

Hey bigeyes,
I think he plans on being there.

Look forward to seeing you there. It is a lot of fun.

Who else is in on this.

Deadline for Mail in Entry is this Monday.

Only $10 in advance or $15 at the door.
Kids under 16 are FREE,

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Want to get in on this contest thing. what time is check in at Fishers and who do we pay for adavnce entry fees. I'm assuming the fees are per person right?

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I was curious as to the number of participants you get for these events and also is the food provided? or does one need to bring something?

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For not knowing the lake at all, though I've fished it a handful of times, will there be help in getting someone out to a decent spot?

Also I don't have a four wheeler, so those that are attending in the same predicament, can we drive to spots on the lake?

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sounds like very little snow, may not need the 4 wheel drive.

[This message has been edited by pj4 (edited 01-17-2004).]

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  • 'we have more fun' FishingMN Creators

There is help to find spots on the lake.

We had well over 100 participants at the Winnie ICE Series Event.

Access is FREE
Food is FREE
Kids under 16 are FREE
Pro Staff help is FREE
Prizes are FREE

The Contest fee is only $10 if you beat the deadline.

Deadline: mail in entry ends Monday.
call (507) 455-0152 to register.

or

Online Registration - CLICK HERE.

Online Registrations Ends 3 pm Thursday.

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  • 'we have more fun' FishingMN Creators
Some FMers from the Mille Lacs - Brainerd Area have joined the ICE Series.
Join us for a lot of fun this Saturday. smile.gif

Sure would like to meet you and more FMers out there.

It's looking like this one could be even more fun than the Winnie Event!

Online Registration - CLICK HERE.

Beat the Deadline
Enter Now for only $10
$15 at the door.
Kids under 16 FREE
Lake Access FREE
Food FREE
Premium Prizes FREE
Pro Staff Help - FREE

Online Registration - CLICK HERE.

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The jumbo perch have been active and same with the walleyes, looks like with the warm temps predicted for this weekend we are going to see a lot of fish caught this weekend out on Mille Lacs!

Scott Steil will be there to help anyone out who needs some advice on fishing Mille Lacs. Scott will also be giving a little introduction to the event as well. Scott is a decorated Mille Lacs fisherman with a knack for catching big walleyes. You may have seen Scott, or the people he takes out on the lake, in pictures with huge trophy Mille Lacs Lake walleyes. Scott is an experienced Mille Lacs Lake guide and this is a great opportunity for everyone to learn from one of the best, I know I'm looking forward to it!

See everyone on saturday!

Check out Scott Steil at the Mille Lacs Guide Service website:

Mille Lacs Guide Service - Scott Steil


Good Fishin,
Matt Johnson

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It looks like I will be able to meet some of the forum regulars. I will be at the event during registration and before take off. I am the guy in the Red Guidewear. Make sure you stop and say hi. Looks like the weather is going to be pretty nice. See ya Saturday!

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Mille Lacs Guide Service
(320)293-3287
www.millelacsguideservice.com

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Enter Online Now and SAVE.

Alright... Scotty Steil (2 time IceLeaders Champ) will be there to give ALL of you tips on where to find fish and how to catch them.

Deadline: Online Registration ends 3pm Thursday - Tomorrow!
Where: Mille Lacs Lake - Fisher's Resort

When: 8am-2pm Sat. Jan 24th, 2004

Online Registration - CLICK HERE.

Beat the Mail-in Deadline
Enter Now for only $10
$15 at the door.
Kids under 16 FREE
Lake Access FREE
Food FREE
Premium Prizes FREE
Pro Staff Guiding FREE

Online Registration - CLICK HERE.

Online Registrations End 3 pm Thursday-Tomorrow.

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I am trying to make it, and hopefully I can, my father said the fish have been biting, the big ones! If I don't make it I hope everyone has a good time and catches some nice fish!!! If I'm there I am available to take a group out as well Rick, shoot me an e-mail!

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Northcountry Guide Service
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Deadline: Online Registration ends 3pm Thursday-Today!

Where: Mille Lacs Lake - Fisher's Resort

When: 8am-2pm Sat. Jan 24th, 2004

Temps: Warming trend Friday (14 degrees) in to Saturday (18 degrees). Usually means improved fishing opportunities.

Online Registration - CLICK HERE.

Beat the Deadline
Enter Now for only $10
$15 at the door.
Kids under 16 FREE
Lake Access FREE ($8 value)
Food FREE ($3 Value)
Premium Prizes FREE ($Thousands$)
Pro Staff Guiding FREE ($150 value)

Online Registration - CLICK HERE.

Online Registrations End 3 pm Today 1/22/04.

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i will be there with my two kids. scott, my sons are wondering if you could autograph their ice poles.this event should be alot of fun if the weather holds out.

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