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Multi-Species Fall Challenge

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Get your entry in now for the Multi-Species Fall Challenge

"MSFC" Whitefish Chain - Saturday September 19th, 2009

Hosted by: Manhattan Beach Lodge

Located just north of Crosslake off of County Road 66 on beautiful Big Trout Lake

Up to 29 different Categories to win your money back. There are paybacks to the top Adult/Youth Team, All Female Team, and Adult Male and Female Team.

Chartiable Affilations are the Patriot Foundation and Camp Confidence. Limited to the first 100 two person teams. Entry fee is $200 per boat. Tournament hours are 7:00am to 3:00pm.

Walleye, Largemouth Bass, and Northern Pike are the Species of choice for this event held in the wonderful Brainerd Lakes Area. It is shaping up to be a great event.

To sign up or to ask Questions email info@fi[PoorWordUsage]liveit.com or call 218-821-9754, 218-821-2116

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I have been hearing some stirring on this event can you give give a little insight to the format?

Do you still have entries available?

Do you have any brochures? if so, where can I get one?

Thanks for the information.

XRap

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Hey X-Rap, yeah the format is 3-4-5 mixed bag. Meaning 3 Northerns, 4 Walleye, and 5 Largemouth Bass. Take off is at 7:00am and weigh in is at 3:00pm. Team registration is from 4-6 Friday night at Manhattan and the rules meeting is at 7:30. There is a discounted breakfast buffet the morning of for anglers and there famlies.

We still have some spots available so get your entry in now for the Challenge.

There some brochure locations around here locally or you can get the entry form off of the HSOforum. Moonlite Square, Holiday, Manhattan Beach Lodge, and Barstock are the places in Crosslake. Precison Propeller Works in Brainerd has them also. For more information or to sign up email info@fi[PoorWordUsage]liveit.com

Hope to see you there.

Thanks

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Just wanted to update you, there are still spots available for the multi-species fall challenge on the Whitefish Chain September 19.

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