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Below is a list of companies that have donated items for the 21st of June event.Please let them know how much you appreciate thier donation when you are ordering items from them.If it wasnt for the support of these companies we would not have the items we do to give away.A little e-mail means alot to these supporters for the donations.

1-Scenic Tackle-Jeff Beckwith

2-Custom Jigs and Spins-Bob Gillispie

3-Midwestrodandreel-Al& Bill

4-Fishing MN.-Rick

5-WaveBuster/Foam Walker-Bruce Mosher

6-JB lures-Winthrop MN.

7-Reel Fishing and Tackle-Madison Lake,MN.


A Big THANK-YOU to all who have been so generous.


Also Thank-You to SIRLIPS and BIG DS for bringing thier grills.All this co-operation makes this a great event to put on,and also very easy for us to line up.


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Well said Lee Harvey.

I would also like to take this time to say "thank you" to all the sponsors of this get-together. It is a pleasure to be surrounded by such a great group of people.

Now all we can do is hope for decent weather!

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Thank-You guys! It really is great to have company's like yours! I for 1 would rather spend 10% more at your place than save a penny at "the other guy's". The problem is you guys usually are less expensive anyways!!!... Thanks again for the donations and hope to see you there! Chad

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even though i cant attend the 21st get together THANK YOU to the ppl and companies that donated for the event... It's people like yourselves that help people like US grow!!!! wink.gif

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