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Ed Carlson

Greenback Walleye Classics Sept. 27th and 28th

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Greenback Walleye Classics on the Red River on Sept. 27th and 28th

Greenback Walleye Derby on Saturday, Sept. 27th and Greenback Walleye Team Tourney on Sunday, Sept. 28th, out of Selkirk Park on the Red River in Manitoba.

Derby Entry Fee is $30.00 for Adults and $15.00 for Kids and Seniors over 65.

1st Place wins a boat, motor and trailer package. There fly-out trip and fishing lodge stays and big cash cheques.

Prizes up to 36th Place and total value of cash and merchandise is over $15,000

Team Tournament Entry Fee is $300.00

Cash Prizes total 90% of Entry Pot and go up to 18th Place.

Merchandise Prizes to 24th Place.

1st Place is $5,000 based on a 100 Boat Entry.

All Net Proceeds go to 3 worthy charities in Manitoba.

For information regarding a stay at the South Beach Casino and Resort Hotel, at several nearby motels, and the Selkirk Park campground please call Events Director Dan Sernyk at 1-204-668-5831 or reach me by e-mail at anglerdan@mts.net

Forget the price of gas and that the Canadian dollar is at par with the U.S. dollar. Come on up to Manitoba and catch some of our "hog" greenback walleye that run in the Red River in the fall each year.

Angler Dan

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