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American Cancer Tourney Fundraiser back for Second Sunday June 2010

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looks like we will have our fundraiser the day after Silverado Bass in 2010 ----100------ teams only-----

Got enough interest from people that would fish 2 species

BASS OR WALLEYE

Shooting for $100.entry per team

$2500.first BASS $1250.second $750.third

$2500.first WALLEYE$1250.second $750.third

$500.largest Largemouth,

$500.largest Smallmouth

$500.largest Walleye

$500.top finishing team with a cancer survivor or member battling cancer BASS

$500. top team with a cancer survivor or member battling cancer WALLEYE

YOU weigh 3 fish in the BASS species you register at $100.per team for retry upto 2 more times per species

Re -register 1 more time WALLEYE

THAT is daily limit 2 persons per boat

You can re-register either species but not have both in pocession at any time and only fish and weigh the species you registered for at re-try

so if you are really good you could register and weigh 3 times BASS and 2 times WALLEYE

NO CULL if it is in the boat you weigh it-so throw it back immediatly

Only 1 walleye per person over whatever slot DNR has on at time per day

last time a couple teams got first and another place

some got heaviest fish and top survivor and a place in top 4

hand out last time was $7500.so this is a little better

$12,500. Guarenteed pay out cash

Prizes are Guarenteed -it does not matter how many teams register

write to Fishing For A Cure-p.o. box 11 Spicer mn.56288 for official entry and rules

sorry I wasnt feeling well enough to do this past year but i am back to about 75% and have some good sponsors and great helpers so its a go

besides paying out in cash at weigh in we also raised a few Thousand for American Cancer Society

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