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Lindy Tackle FREE Giveaway!!

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We will be giving away a Lindy Tackle Kit. It could have the New Lindy Ice Line, a New Lindy Darter and/or a new Lindy Slick Jig.

We would like to see your favorite ice fishing picture, this will sign you up for the giveaway. Contest will end Dec 5th at 10pm.

Please if you could, share a fun Lindy story here as well.

We will email/PM all winners. We look forward to seeing your pictures!

For more information on Lindy Tackle: www.LindyFishingTackle.com

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This one was right after a storm on Mille Lacs in about 2002. We got about a foot of snow on the lake before it started drifting. We were stuck on the lake for three days before we got plowed out...oh darn! Those are my kids in the background running between the fish houses that were in our group on the south end of the lake.

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Jigging for perch on Pike Bay last year with a Jigging Rapala and 4-lb test. Battle of a lifetime! Fish swam away strong after a quick photo op smile

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Valentines Day with my best catch and our daughter... Not a lot of fish but they surprised me with a chocolate trophy.

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I have a revolving door of friends kids that love to come and fish here are just a few... Fun times!

Zack

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Anne

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Matthew

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Joe

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Matt

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Mitchell

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A little instruction...

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My daughter caught this northern while I was out hole hopping.

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My son studying a crappie he caught.

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