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June 3rd & 4th Walleye Tournament


Clydes_St_Croix

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Clyde's on the St. Croix is a restaurant on the St. Croix River in the Bayport Marina that is hosting it's 1st Annual Team Walleye Tournament on June 3rd and 4th. The entry fee for this tournament is $300.00 per team, however there will be a 100% pay-back in cash and prizes. The first place team will receive a new Triton Boat and Evinrude Motor! This tournament is being sponsored by Frankie's Live Bait & Marine, Triton Boats, Evinrude, Minnkota and Reef Runner Fishing Lures.

If you decide not to participate in the tournament, we would like to invite you to the weigh-in on June 4th which starts at approximately 3:00pm. After the weigh-in, we will be throwing a wrap-up party here at Clyde's. We will be having live music, concessions and fun for the whole family.

We are located at 101 S. 5th Avenue in Bayport, MN which is right off of Highway 95 in the Bayport Marina. If you would like further details or application information feel free to call the restaurant at 651-439-6554 or Performance Promotions at 763-535-8011.

Thanks and we hope to see you there!

Clyde's on the St. Croix

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Is there a website with all the info on prizes, rules & regulations, and registration info?

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There is a website setup with info on this tournament. It is on Frankie's Live Bait and Marine Website and the link is http://www.frankies.net/pros/reports/288-1.html. We want this tournament to be a big yearly event and need all the boats that we can get. And again like I said before if you don't want to be in the tournament, be sure to bring your friends in after the weigh-in on June 4th. We have booked Jakes Obsession to play that night. Jakes Obsession is a great rock & blues band here in the Twin Cities. You can check out some of their music at www.jakesobsession.com. We need as many people as we can get to make this a successful event, so bring your friends. See you there.

Clydes

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